SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--New Relic, Inc. (NYSE:NEWR), provider of real-time insights for software-driven businesses, announced today new integrations for New Relic Infrastructure for services offered by Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, and for the first time Google Cloud Platform (GCP). These new integrations are designed for customers to more easily observe and alert on the infrastructure resources critical to their application performance, and optimize their organization’s spend regardless of the cloud provider they choose.
Now with over 40 integrations to cloud services and infrastructure components, New Relic Infrastructure helps operations teams understand the relationships between application behaviors, customer experiences, and infrastructure health in private data centers and public cloud services. In addition to the new integrations, New Relic Infrastructure now offers the ability for customers to filter and poll data by service type and region from the cloud service providers, enabling teams to instrument their entire infrastructure environment, focus their attention on critical services when necessary, and optimize their cloud spend.
New integrations available today to customers paying at the Pro level include:
AWS: AWS Elastic Beanstalk, Amazon SES, and Auto Scaling are all generally available today.
Microsoft Azure: Azure App Service, Azure Cosmos DB, Azure Functions, Azure Service Bus, Azure SQL Database, Azure Virtual Machines, and Azure Virtual Network are generally available. Azure Load Balancer and Azure Storage are in public beta.
GCP: Google Cloud Functions, Google Cloud Storage, and Google Compute Engine are all in public beta.
A full list of New Relic Infrastructure integrations is available here.
Comments on the News
“Our customers’ infrastructure is changing so rapidly, it’s now even more critical for IT operations to have consistent visibility from one source about the health of these services within the context of the applications they support. New Relic Infrastructure provides these teams with instrumentation to understand the relationships between cloud services, application behaviors, and customer experiences which enable them to effectively plan and measure throughout their cloud adoption journey,” said Greg Unrein, vice president of product management, performance analytics, New Relic.
“I want to be able to run code for any application using the cloud platform that makes the most sense for the use case while keeping costs optimized—be it Microsoft Azure, AWS, or Google Cloud Platform. New Relic’s growing support for leading cloud services providers gives me that single pane of glass from which to monitor my applications no matter where they are running,” said Mark Kelly, director of cloud and infrastructure services architecture, Scripps Networks.
“As development teams leverage ever more advanced cloud capabilities, their infrastructure usage has become increasingly complex. The ability to manage, oversee and draw insights from resources utilized across multiple cloud providers helps development teams to increase their velocity; accelerating the ongoing transformation in the wider organization they serve,” said Fintan Ryan, industry analyst, RedMonk.
Scripps Networks relies on New Relic to provide a single view of application and infrastructure performance across their own data centers and cloud service providers.
Pantheon migrated 200,000 websites to GCP in two weeks with visibility delivered by New Relic.
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