About New Relic
New Relic is an all-in-one application performance monitoring and alerting tool for white-box metrics across systems and applications. The VictorOps and New Relic integration allows DevOps teams to monitor and alert on web application performance in real-time. By combining New Relic's user, application, and availability monitoring with VictorOps alert routing and incident collaboration, you create a holistic on-call incident management platform.
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Integrating New Relic and VictorOps
Operations and development teams can use the New Relic integration in multiple ways to instrument browsers, JVMs, ruby apps, and more. Teams can write alerts inside the New Relic alert manager, then deliver them through VictorOps to the proper escalation team. With varied API keys, you can easily manage multiple on-call teams and New Relic channels.
With the VictorOps and New Relic Integration, teams are able to:
- Integrate New Relic with VictorOps for complete awareness of application performance and alerts
- Collaborate in the VictorOps timeline around New Relic monitoring data to solve problems in real-time
- Route alerts and New Relic incidents through VictorOps with on-call schedules to ensure the right people are appropriately notified (via email, SMS, phone, iPhone/Android push notification, live call routing, etc.)
The VictorOps and New Relic Integration Works With Multiple Teams and Channels
Create additional VictorOps teams and New Relic channels within your instances using varied API keys. Integrating New Relic monitoring with multiple VictorOps teams in this way allows organizations to divide alerts, send them to various escalation policies, and ensure the proper team is notified. Monitor services, limit alert fatigue, prioritize relevant incidents, and quickly respond to issues with the VictorOps and New Relic integration.
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