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It has enhanced the performance of my team.
It provides more cloud data. They tend to just get the way a service would be designed on the cloud.
It has saved us a lot of trouble in implementation.
The ease with which we can filter, use metrics, and give accounts to customers, then let the customer filter, set up metrics, and alerts. This has been a big win for us.
The integration and configuration are incredibly simple. The SaaS offering is remarkably easy to set up, especially if you're coming from a Graphite environment or anything that uses a StatsD.
The ingestion points are unlimited and support customization. We haven't had anything yet that we haven't been able to integrate with it.
If we have a large load for users using our basic Datadog, it will immediately fire off an alert notifying us either something's wrong or not.
It has a nice UI.
The most valuable feature of New Relic APM is the dashboard, New Relic Insights. I configured my own dashboard to monitor certain parameters.
As soon as it monitors all our systems and is integrated with PagerDuty, the operations team just needs to wait for alerts on their cellphones to fix things.
They have baseline level alerting.
We detect issues using dashboards that we built on New Relic.
Every time there is a crisis, high traffic, or if we see a problem with a server, we go to New Relic and monitor it to determine the cause.
The deep insights, which will give you the metrics (not a high level), so we can build out at the database level where the bottleneck is. This has been pretty helpful.
New Relic has helped us in terms of the optimizing our print and loading times.
It is a software solution as a service, so I don't have to manage it on-premise.
The product could do better with its notifications.
It does not have the best interface.
Stability of the product has been a concern for us outside of the primary monitoring agents.
It lacks consistency in the APIs.
There are things about it that we would like to be fixed, such as it is taking averages of average. This results in data that we don't expect.
We have asked technical support questions, and sometimes they don't get back to us right away. Or when they do, it is not the right answer.
I would love to see support for front-end and mobile applications. Right now, it is mostly all back-end stuff. Being able to do some integration with our front-end products would be awesome.
The product could be faster.
I would like to see the company implement the AI auto-baseline feature which Dynatrace has.
I would like if it could have predictive analysis. Today, we only have the option to configure thresholds.
I would like an infrastructure network that provides real-time views, showing the issues.
Compared to their competitors, they are missing some features at the moment.
The APIs could be better. I would also like more APIs and features to integrate with streaming solutions, like Kinesis or Kafka.
I would like to be able to invest less time in IT and ad hocs. We should be concentrating on other issues.
I would like to have storage monitoring. E.g., being able to monitor SANS, specifically protocols, like NFS and CIFS metrics.
The integration and configuration of this product in our AWS environment needs improvement on the filtering part. I would like it to go more granular on accounts.
Pricing and Cost Advice
The pricing came up a bit compared to their competitors. It is not that the price has risen, but that the competitors have gone down. They keep adding more features that I would have expected to be baked in at a more nominal price. I have been increasingly dissatisfied with the pricing, but not enough to jump ship.
It costs the same amount it would if we were hosting it ourselves, so we are incredibly happy with the cost.
At my last company, we did see ROI, specifically around response time. We could get to mission critical things that were down and losing revenue on immediately. So, the product paid itself back.
The pricing and licensing through AWS Marketplace has been good. It would be nice if it was cheaper, but their pricing is reasonable for what it is. Sometimes, for their newer features, they charge as if it's fully fleshed out, even though it is a newer feature and it may have less stuff than their other items.
It has always scaled for us. Cost scales up too, but that is not necessarily a bad thing. It's reasonable for what they're providing.
Pricing and licensing are reasonable for what they give you. You get the first five hosts free, which is fun to play around with. Then it's about four dollars a month per host, which is very affordable for what you get out of it. We have a lot of hosts that we put a lot of custom metrics into, and every host gives you an allowance for the number of custom metrics.
Pricing seems reasonable. It depends on the size of your organization, the size of your infrastructure, and what portion of your overall business costs go toward infrastructure.
Pricing is better with New Relic APM than Dynatrace.
The new licensing model is great, as we pay for what we use (in computational units). However, the pricing is expensive compared to other tools.
The detection piece of it brings us a big return on investment.
The pricing could be better. We did not purchase the full version. Maybe if we applied all the other features of the full version of New Relic, we could get all the features that we feel are missing.
Purchasing through the AWS Marketplace was easy. The product is easy to deploy and manage, which is why our company purchased through the AWS Marketplace.
The pricing model is a little confusing for beginners. They find it a little expensive, and if you are using it already, then that is not good.
The pricing is okay comparatively their competitors. The only concern was whether it should be purchased on demand or bring your own license, and which way passes some savings onto the end customers.
We deploy everything on AWS. Purchasing the product on AWS Marketplace made it easier for us.
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