Updating your applications infrastructure

In order to leverage a cloud monitoring solution, you need to ensure that the pricing model for that solution actually works with the ephemeral nature of cloud platforms.

That’s why New Relic offers a Cloud Pricing Option, designed to be a simple, flexible, and transparent way for our customers to purchase New Relic APM and New Relic Infrastructure.

Most important, New Relic goes beyond just the connection between the application server and the infrastructure; it also shows you how client-side performance across mobile and browser applications directly impact the customer experience.

As mentioned above, web developers are now heavily dependent on the end user’s client.

The ability to capture the raw transaction data is particularly important in cloud deployments, where requests often go through a number of dynamic components—from a browser or mobile device to a CDN followed by a load balancer—before reaching the application and the microservices and queues involved in completing the transaction.Relying on legacy on-premise or single-tenant, managed hosting (aka “Saa S look-alikes”) monitoring solutions for your dynamic infrastructure and cloud-hosted applications is like driving a go-kart on the Autobahn—you just can’t keep up.Here are seven of the key features and capabilities you need to properly monitor modern cloud-based applications and infrastructure: When a customer buys something online, the process generates a number of HTTP requests.Once you’ve identified an issue, trace data lets you identify the associated code that is causing it, which allows you to fix things faster.And our innovative new Health Map visualization integrates our industry-leading APM and infrastructure monitoring data to help ops and Dev Ops teams better understand and troubleshoot their applications.

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