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New Relic

  • WordPress
    Using New Relic to Monitor WordPress Performance22002
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    If you arrived here from the Optimizing WordPress with Varnish and W3 Total Cache tutorial, you already have a pretty well optimized WordPress installation. If not, you may want to go back and review our guide to Varnish and W3TC. We're going to show you how to use New Relic's free server monitoring to see within your WordPress and PHP stack.Read More…
  • Web Development
    Rapid Website Deployment With Django, Heroku & New Relic21543
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    Rapidly deploying websites has never been easier, or as affordable as it is now, when combining Django, Heroku, and New Relic. Follow along in this tutorial as we build a portfolio website using these three excellent tools. Read More…
  • Web Development
    Using New Relic to Monitor Your Servers21303
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    Today we will look at how to use New Relic to monitor your infrastructure (i.e. your production server) and why you'd want to.Read More…
  • Mobile Development
    Optimizing Application Performance with New Relic for iOS20867
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    New Relic has gained name and fame for being the number one solution for monitoring application performance. It tells you what you need to know about your applications to improve performance by reducing response time and increasing application throughput. New Relic Mobile is aimed at mobile applications and in this tutorial I will show you what it can do for your iOS application.Read More…
  • Web Development
    How to Use New Relic With PHP & WordPress20465
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    Today we will look at how to monitor a PHP application using New Relic. More specifically we will set up a basic WordPress installation and get some performance data about it, in the New Relic dashboards.Read More…
  • Mobile Development
    Using New Relic to Monitor Your Android App19838
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    In the last two years, New Relic has focused hard on building out a solution for monitoring the performance of mobile apps. In this tutorial, we will look at how you can start using New Relic to monitor the performance of an Android application.Read More…
  • Tools & Tips
    How to Use New Relic Custom Dashboards & Why You'd Want To36729
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    Today we're going to look at New Relic custom dashboards. Specifically, I will show you three ways that I tend to use custom dashboards:Read More…
  • Ruby
    Using New Relic Custom Metrics to Monitor All the Things36260
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    When you first get introduced to New Relic, it's easy to be overwhelmed by all the features. But like with most tools, as you slowly climb the learning curve and get familiar with the features provided out of the box, you begin to wonder how it all hangs together under the hood and if there is more you can do with what you have at hand.Read More…
  • Contests
    Get a Free Year of Tuts+ Premium by Trying New RelicNewrelic
    We're excited to be partnering with New Relic, to offer a free one year Tuts+ Premium membership if you deploy before the end of the year!Read More…
  • Tools & Tips
    New Relic & JMeter - Perfect Performance Testing34978
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    Following on from the great introductory articles featured recently on Nettuts+, this article looks to show how you can take New Relic to the next level. As a performance monitoring tool New Relic is fantastic, but what about performance testing, before you go live. That's where JMeter comes in to play. In this tutorial, you will see how we can stress test our application under realistic load, and combine the output of JMeter and New Relic to give you confidence in your applications performance, before releasing into a production environment.Read More…
  • Ruby
    5 Reasons Why New Relic Is a Developer's Best Friend34932
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    Once you start digging around New Relic you begin to realise just how many interesting features the service has to help monitor the performance and health of your application. It was truly difficult to pick just five things to talk about, so rather than focusing on the obvious features let's look at some of the less hyped functionality that New Relic provides and how we can use it in interesting and sometimes unorthodox ways. When we left you last time, we had a basic 'Hello World' Rails application (called New Relic_rails1, living in ~/project/tmp/New Relic). We will continue using this app, extend it and see if we can use it to demonstrate the features of New Relic that we'll be looking at.Read More…
  • Ruby
    Getting Started With New Relic in 30 Minutes34876
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    I remember working on a Rails app a few years ago and someone floated the idea of using this new service that had appeared on the scene. It was called New Relic and they were promising to give you more insight into the performance of your Rails app, than you ever could get before. We gave it a try and it was impressive, more importantly it was something the Ruby web development ecosystem truly needed.Read More…
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