You are probably reading this because you found a reference to this URL in the header of a page monitored by New Relic’s Browser product and you’re wondering what it’s all about. Let’s take a look at this URL and how Browser Monitoring works in New Relic.
So what is bam.nr-data.net?
Here’s the short explanation: The Browser application monitoring agent transmits data to New Relic’s data collection servers via the domain bam.nr-data.net. Of course, there’s more to the story than that. If you’re the kind of person that needs to know more, then read on!
How does New Relic Browser monitoring work?
Depending on your subscription level, New Relic Browser can monitor a variety of details about everything from page load timing to time spent in the front end, time spent in the back end, geography, and browser type.
You should also know that New Relic Browser only collects performance data, as explained in this document. It does not collect any data used or stored by the monitored application unless you explicitly configure it to do so.
What to deep dive into the BAM collector, check out this follow-up Level-Up Solution Understanding Bam.nr-data.net, Data transmission & its Endpoints