New Relic APM Review

It captures the issue so we don’t have to reproduce it, but it needs synchronous calls, which New Relic says is on the way.


Valuable Features

Insights with key transactions and response time, to understand which calls take the longest and where the bottlenecks are.

Improvements to My Organization

Troubleshooting and identifying problems since were a cloud based solution. It captures the issue so we don’t have to reproduce the issue, as it saves us that step and from having to RDP into the machine. Helps us identify flaws in the code, ex. A very that was inefficient in the code we identified

Room for Improvement

More instruments with .NET and asynchronous calls, and New Relic says it’s on the way.

Stability Issues

No reason to worry.

Scalability Issues

Also good, no worries. Baked into the code a deploy time.

Customer Service and Technical Support

They’ve been helpful and are knowledgeable

Previous Solutions

There was no previous solution in place and we realise that without it we were flying blind, so we needed it.

Other Solutions Considered

We also look at AppDynamics, DataDog, and a few other teams, but they weren’t as in depth. We looked for ease of use, and the amount of clues it could add to our platform and to the DevOps team.

Other Advice

If they did the asynchronous and stepped up with .NET ease of use it would be 10/10.

Disclosure: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.
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