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Post of the Week!
This is my chance to thank all of you contributors who helped out in the Explorer Hub this week! We always try to give kudos when we see awesomeness! and sometimes that awesomeness if simply being the one who reads all the cool stuff coming into the community! So thanks for watching, reading, helping, listening, learning—you make this space great! Read on to learn what some exceptional Explorers accomplished this week.
Huge ‘thanks’ to
@artur.levchenko who shared some of their NRQL magic:
I've figured it out SELECT count(*) FROM Transaction FACET cases(WHERE lp='aaaabbbbcccc' AS 'Name 1', WHERE lp='ddddeeeeffff' AS 'Name 2') OR lp SINCE 30 MINUTES AGO TIMESERIES
@samih helps out with this Angular issue (which has since been solved in the latest update!) :
love when @jbiggley jumps in to share his thoughts and feelings:
https://discuss.newrelic.com/t/get-server-name-in-webhook/28463, we are trying to extract the server name from the webhook notification channel in JSON format. We know that the $EVENT_DETAILS variable contains a description of the condition (eg "Server Load Average: Critical on mywebserver01") This is a concatenated string that is the metric (Server Load Average), the condition threshold that was violated (Critical or Warning), and the name of the server that triggered the event.
After hearing about RADAR on a sales call last week, I thought I would go digging around in this new and shiny tool to see what I could find. You can read about Radar and its limited release at
One of the first things I noticed was that RADAR followed the New Relic app-first mantra. When presented with a list of entities to select you get an option for APM, Browser, or Mobile applications. That doesn't mean that infrastructure …
And be sure to check out
@Fidelicatessen 's newest Level Up: Relic Solution post, When to use (and when not to use) new Baseline Alerting:
When to Use (and when not to use) Baseline Alerting
Baseline Alerting is a very cool new tool that New Relic unveiled recently. You can read more about it
in this document. This will show you exactly how to set up Baseline Alerting and goes over a bit of what I cover in this post.
Everyone wants to use Baseline Alerting! But there are certain situations where it shines, and other situations where you can accomplish your needs more easily (and with less needless noise) by using normal alert cond…
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Again, thank you all for doing your part to keep our community a wonderful place to learn New Relic!