Get the scoop on the latest New Relic features from the people who built them—every Thursday at 12 p.m. PT (8 p.m. UTC) on the Nerdlog, our livestream, interactive changelog on Twitch! We demo new features and answer your burning questions. Subscribe to our weekly Nerdlog emails to get updates (like the ones below) or follow along in What’s New. And if you haven’t already, sign up for a free New Relic account today!
Check out what we covered in April:
Synthetics Step Builder: Test your complex website experiences w/o writing code
New Relic Synthetics creates automated testing agents that measure the performance of your site. With our new step monitor, you can automate complex user flows for testing with no code. Read the blog and learn more in What’s New.
Sending logs from Heroku to New Relic
A more intuitive, faster logs UI
New Relic’s new logs UI makes it easier for you to find functionality, like parsing and drop filters in the left hand navigation, examine log details, query and share log data with charts, add log data to dashboards, and so much more! Read the blog, learn more in What’s New, and get started today!
Parse and partition logs faster with machine learning
Parse and partition log data to help you filter and organize your logs, as well as build better queries and alerts for more insight into your stack. Read the blog, documentation about parsing, documentation about partitions, and learn more in What’s New.
Use Guided Install to add logs to New Relic One
We’ve made it easy for you to add log data to New Relic One within minutes using our recently-launched guided install feature. Read the blog and get started (or click here to get started if your account reports data through our EU datacenter).
Detect patterns and outliers in log data
Explore and group millions of log messages, all in a single click, to reduce the time for troubleshooting, identify unusual behavior, and find the most frequent or rarest sets of logs in your environment. Read the blog and documentation, and get started!
FedRAMP Moderate Certification for Logs and Metrics
Many of you operate in highly regulated, federal environments, making it critical that you adopt—and trust—industry-standard security technologies. That’s why New Relic One, the world’s leading observability platform, achieved FedRAMP certification at the FIPS 199 “Moderate” impact level in 2020. Logs and Metrics are now added to our long list of supported services! Read the blog and learn more about our FedRAMP Moderate certification for Logs and Metrics.
Subscribe to our weekly Nerdlog emails to get updates (like the ones above) about the latest features and releases from the people who built them. Join the Nerdlog discussion every Thursday live at 12 p.m. PT (8 p.m. UTC) on Twitch or follow along in What’s New. And if you haven’t already, sign up for a free New Relic account today!