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Portable version of New Relic docs?

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#1

I am starting to get into New Relic Infrastructure, using infrastructure integrations and using Insights to analyze the data. There’s a lot for me to wrap my head around.

Is there an off-line version of New Relic’s docs?

Ideally, I would like a PDF or an ePub that I can load onto my Kindle but I’m open to workarounds such as trying to save every potential page to a read-it-later service like Instapaper. Any ideas?


#2

Hi there @dhodnett - welcome back to the Community. Very excited to hear that you are digging into Infrastraucture!

Unfortunately, we do not have an off-line version of our docs site BUT if you are into paper, you can print our docs and they are very nicely formatted. The trees will understand, right?


#3

Most modern operating systems support printing to PDF. No need to harm trees. :slightly_smiling_face:


#4

Also and excellent point @philweber - I think that just goes to show my age. My first thought is that paper should be involved somehow!


#5

When printing a page to PDF, they are very nicely formatted. Whoever designed the document portal deserves kudos.

The drawback is that there are a lot of individual “pages” to track down and print. Links within each page point back to the New Relic website, as opposed to sections in my self-published book.

For now, I’ll read them online; I have a week before I have to get on a plane again. Assuming that we included a disclaimer that New Relic is not responsible for the accuracy of the content, would New Relic object to people writing a script to download and assemble individual docs into an ePub or similar?


#6

Thanks @dhodnett - Go for it! Let me know if you are able to get it going.