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Score 10 out of 10
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It's being used by the developers working on the application. New Relic helps the team to find bottlenecks and performance problems introduced with the changes. It also helps to break the request flow into several steps so we can understand how the application works under the hood and how we have to tackle problems.
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Score 3 out of 10
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New Relic is used for application performance evaluation as well as monitoring of current web application performance. We also used it for monitoring the hardware and virtual machines that the software was running on. The most valuable feature is application insights in being able to look at performance run time of database queries and execution of sections of code.
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Score 9 out of 10
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Our whole organization is using New Relic for monitoring purposes. Since we are operating an IT infrastructure made of tens of thousands of servers we have to monitor the CPUs, memory usage and hard drives. On the other hand, we have applications that process millions of customers' requests - we use New Relic to monitor their processing times, request and response sizes, etc. as well.
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Most teams at my company are using New Relic to monitor applications. We use it to keep track of performance over time, identify abnormal spikes, and dig into the specifics of performance problems so we know where to look when things go wrong. It's a huge time-saver and helps developers debug production issues more quickly.
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Score 9 out of 10
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We use New Relic to get stats on page hits and performance metrics of our website, hosted on Acquia. We use it to monitor slow SQL queries and also page load times and get statistics on browser types as well as what device is accessing our site's pages. It is also the default performance monitoring tool for Acquia sites.
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Score 8 out of 10
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We used NewRelic across all departments in the organization. It allowed us to give visibility into different metrics of the backing database. Also allows for easy construction of dashboards for accurate graphic representation of data across the organizations relevant to the different departments; whether it is tracking usage of a new feature, installs, or unique events.
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Rounak Jangir profile photo
Score 9 out of 10
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New Relic gives us the performances of our application. Monitoring the application becomes a very crucial part, it gives us whether the servers are running, from where the runtime errors are coming, it even provides the database query performances. We are using New Relic in the Monitory and software testing department.
We are using it for the basic server monitoring also, we have layers in the application, data layer, orchestration layer etc. So each layer has its functions. Using New Relic we are monitoring each layer and web server in order to sort out the errors easily and effortlessly.
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Sean Patterson profile photo
Score 8 out of 10
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We are using New Relic to monitor a growing number of microservices and infrastructure for a major project we are building. New Relic allows us to easily keep an eye on what services are up, what services are down, and what services are having problems. Thanks to the altering and integration features of New Relic, we are notified immediately when a service is having issues and can attend to it right away.
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Ben McClure profile photo
Score 10 out of 10
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We are using New Relic on almost all of our websites and our clients' websites in order to drill down into the performance of individual functions and help to troubleshoot issues that come up and debug our sites during development. Since it integrates with Pantheon and many other hosting providers and server technologies, we're able to easily pull everything in.
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Kevin Van Heusen profile photo
Score 9 out of 10
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New Relic is used by our engineering department to track application performance, specifically response times, error rates and unhandled exceptions. It gives a great view as to what is going on under the hood of our web application as well as providing the ability to send alerts to notify our on call engineers as to when something is going wrong.
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Score 10 out of 10
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New Relic APM is currently being used as a consolidation tool. As our organization is shifting focus into the cloud, utilization of native SaaS is of specific value. We had initially started by monitoring our external websites and have now begun expanding into our internal sites as well as mobile applications. This gives us a better understanding of end-user customer experience and quickly allows us to improve customer experience.
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Score 7 out of 10
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We have used a couple of different tiers of New Relic. Our Dev Ops manager first used it to track all bugs, issues, and uptime, giving us alerts and warnings to help us proactively manage our applications. Now we use it more as a traffic monitoring tool, helping us know how our server is performing against traffic and demand.
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Eugene Bos profile photo
Score 9 out of 10
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We are using New Relic to monitor the performance of our applications. This is much better than just tracking CPU and memory usage or response time of a web-server as it really shows how quick it works for end users. Plus, I like the interface, on one screen you see the app score, web transaction time, requests per minute, as well I may quickly check for errors and many other small things.
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Matthew Berry profile photo
Score 10 out of 10
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We use NewRelic primarily for application performance management (APM), though have enabled a few of the optional extras (infrastructure, as an example). The software makes it easy for us to find performance bottlenecks in code while making system up-time monitoring simplistic and efficient.

Insights allow us to create useful dashboards to keep a close eye on web server errors, CPU usage, transaction deviation and more.
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Score 8 out of 10
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Our SaaS platform is used for healthcare, so uptime is absolutely critical. Almost everyone uses New Relic or the data from New Relic. Our engineering department gets paged if there's a problem, Software QA uses it to benchmark website performance, and the customer support and sales teams use it to measure how we're doing with our SLAs. Without it, we'd be almost totally in the dark as to how our application was behaving.
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Score 9 out of 10
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Implemented across the entire organization, New Relic has been the platform that enabled our migration to Cloud IaaS and PaaS over the past 2 years. We use it with AWS, GCP, and Azure and across a wide variety of Linux and Windows OS flavors. We needed a way to empower teams with granular visibility into their infrastructure, applications, and the components that made it all work. With a goal to implement a Digital Experience Monitoring strategy aligned with the Gartner AIOps model (Algorithmic IT Operations), we found New Relic's suite of products delivered the best cost/benefit ratio.
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Score 8 out of 10
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The engineering team at my company uses New Relic to monitor our application's performance. We use it to trace errors and track the latency of our back-end services. New Relic helps us to detect defects and performance problems before our customers do. We also use New Relic to prioritize improvements to the performance of our services and databases.
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Score 9 out of 10
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I'm using New Relic in a Django project, a site with high traffic and a subscription service, that's why it is important for us to have a solid monitoring system for our clients. In this particular case we are using New Relic to be sure that our site remains fast, reliable, and lets us react quickly to any major or minor error. New Relic also helps us monitoring the application to know if every part in the stack is working properly.
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Score 8 out of 10
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New Relic Insights is used by my organization's technology and web development team. It is used to monitor website uptime, troubleshoot site outages, and track code deployments. New Relic also monitors website and database speeds and provides an "Apdex" score, which tells the team how many users are having a smooth experience on our website.
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Score 8 out of 10
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New Relic is used in the IT department to monitor servers and our e-commerce website. It provides server-level metrics, JavaScript error monitoring, and uptime monitoring for servers and the website.
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Score 9 out of 10
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New Relic is used for all our customer environments. We use it for monitoring and improvement purposes. I am a developer who is also started to play a role as DevOps day by day (thinking in DevOps concept is being mandatory each passing day as you most of you could notice). I really observe benefits on many topics in the context of monitoring and innovation especially for the improvement occassions.
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April 15, 2019

Excellent APM tool

Score 9 out of 10
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New Relic is used as an APM (application monitoring tool) across our organization. It's SaaS based.

New Relic provides a centralized place to monitor app our applications. Alerts in New Relic are very helpful and help us in the analysis and monitoring of production issues.
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April 15, 2019

New Relic

Score 10 out of 10
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We use New Relic for application performance monitoring, availability monitoring, logging of historical performance data, infrastructure monitoring, and alerting. Our New Relic dashboards are crucial for troubleshooting and for triaging site incidents. It's always loaded on all support engineer's machines.
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Score 8 out of 10
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New Relic is an APM (Application Performance monitoring) tool that helps in monitoring response time, throughput, and error rates for web applications and databases. Our applications run on AWS EC2 and ECS clusters and New Relic helps with app performance monitoring and alerting. Our apps or products are composed of multiple microservices. New Relic can give a big picture view of all the applications and tracing.
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Feature Scorecard Summary

Application monitoring (34)
9.4
Database monitoring (30)
8.0
Threshold alerts (30)
8.5
Predictive capabilities (21)
6.8
Application performance management console (31)
8.1
Collaboration tools (21)
6.2
Out-of-the box templates to monitor applications (24)
7.6
Application dependency mapping and thresholding (23)
7.4
Virtualization monitoring (18)
7.9
Server availability and performance monitoring (28)
8.4
Server usage monitoring and capacity forecasting (20)
7.8
IT Asset Discovery (10)
6.4

About New Relic

New Relic is an all-in-one web and mobile application performance management provider for the cloud and the datacenter. They provide 24x7 user monitoring and code-level diagnostics for production apps deployed on dedicated infrastructures, the cloud, or hybrid environments and real time end-to-end monitoring for your iOS and Android app’s.

New Relic provides support for applications written in Ruby, Python, PHP, Java, .NET, Node.js and related frameworks. New Relic also partners with leading cloud management, platform, and hosting vendors to provide their customers with instant visibility into the performance of deployed applications.

New Relic also has an open SaaS platform that enables its community of developers, partners and customers to build plugins using open API’s to monitor any technology of their choice, from databases, networks, caching layers and more.

New Relic provides SaaS Application Monitoring for Ruby, PHP, .Net, Java, Python, iOS, and Android Apps.

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