Blog - Compare full-stack observability costs: New Relic, Datadog, and Dynatrace

I read over the blog titled “Compare full-stack observability costs: New Relic, Datadog, and Dynatrace” and was curious in the type of users they used in their pricing assumptions. The pricing assumption has user types as: “basic”, “core” and “full” users.

My question is what is a “core” user, as its not one of the user types i’m aware of, and what are the limitations of a “core” user vs a full user.

Hi, @aiden3: Core users are a new user type announced in October: https://newrelic.com/press-release/20211021. I don’t think they have gone live yet, so I am not sure exactly which capabilities they will have; it will be more than basic and less than full, for $49 a month.