Don’t miss episode 2 of New Relic’s Nerdlog, live today at 12 p.m. PT (8 p.m. UTC) on Twitch. We’ll chat about OpenTelemetry, Browser Core Web Vitals, Data Dropping Rules, Agentless Syslog Onboarding, and Log Management updates!
Missed last week’s Nerdlog episode? Read the recap below or check out the YouTube videos!
Reduce noise with linked incidents via the new ServiceNow integration
Senior Product Manager Shachar Brenner showed us how to keep correlated issues in sync with their linked incidents with the ServiceNow integration to reduce noise and respond to incidents faster. Follow these instructions to configure Incident Intelligence or go directly to New Relic One to add a destination.
Optimize speed, security, and costs with the Snowflake integration
Senior Solutions Consultant Daniel Fitzgerald showed us how the New Relic Snowflake Integration helps teams optimize their Snowflake warehouse performance, security, and costs by using New Relic Alerts and NRQL queries to monitor and alert on custom Snowflake data in real time. To set up the Snowflake integration, follow the instructions on GitHub or read Daniel’s blog.
Use k6 load testing to manage performance in production
Solutions Architect Gary Spencer showcased how teams can visualize and share k6 performance data in New Relic dashboards, compare load impact with system performance, and alert on metrics with the New Relic StatsD integration. For more resources about k6 load testing and instructions on how to get started, check out the GitHub repo or watch the 5 minute Nerd Byte.