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New Relic is the all-in-one web application performance tool that lets you see performance from the end user experience, through servers, and down to the line of application code. It's SaaS solution combines real user monitoring, server monitoring, application monitoring, and availability monitoring in a single solution built from the ground up. It changes the way organizations manage web application performance in real-time, enabling developers and operations teams to quickly and cost effectively monitor, troubleshoot, and tune application performance.

RightScale and New Relic have partnered to give New Relic Standard free of charge to all RighScale customers. Now you can easily monitor your Java, PHP, Ruby, Python and .NET apps directly from within the RightScale management console. RightScripts are available today for PHP, Java, Ruby, and .NET for one-click installation. Sign up for New Relic today from within your RightScale Dashboard. All subscriptions start with a 14-day free Pro trial.



  • Real User Monitoring: See exactly what real end users are seeing
  • Server Monitoring: See your servers from the app perspective
  • SQL/NoSQL Performance: View detailed performance analytics for your database
  • Deployment History: View code deployments alongside app performance data
  • Transaction Tracing: Zero in on problems fast, no matter where they occur
  • Availability Monitoring: Get immediate alerts when apps go down, even for a minute
  • Proactive Notifications: Be the first to know about issues or unusual behavior
  • App Map: Quickly map app architecture
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