Effective Alerting with New Relic

Effective Alerting with New Relic

In this engaging FREE 2 hour session we move beyond basic alerts to implementing an effective alerting strategy, and create alerts which surface issues that are important to you. With scenario based labs you’ll create specific policies and conditions for typical use cases across the full stack, use dynamic filters and tags, leverage powerful NRQL alerts, and manage alerts for downtime or maintenance scenarios.

About this workshop

More live training sessions coming soon.

Want to know more about alerting? In this highly practical and engaging 2 hour session we delve deeper into how to move beyond basic alerts to implementing an effective alerting strategy, and create alerts which surface issues that are important to you, and get routed effectively to relevant teams or tools.  

With scenario based labs you’ll create specific policies and conditions for typical use cases across the full stack, use dynamic filters and tags, leverage powerful NRQL alerts, and manage alerts for downtime or maintenance scenarios. 

You'll get to work with Applied Intelligence alerting and learn how to make use of Proactive Detection and Incident Intelligence to reduce alert noise, correlate incidents to understand the root cause more quickly, and resolve and fix incidents faster. 

The format of this session will include best practices, challenge based labs, discussions and collaborative activities resulting in takeaways you can immediately apply to your accounts or organization's requirements.

As these sessions are interactive and highly practical, the number of attendees is limited, Register Now to hold your spot!

Agenda Topic and Labs 

  • Alerts Concepts and Workflow
  • Effective Alerting strategies 
  • Establishing Baselines, SLO’s and Thresholds
    • Use Cases and labs: 
      • Alerting on SLAs and back end services
      • Alerting on new applications or variable performance -Dynamic Baseline Alerting
      • Alerting on Infrastructure conditions and Integration Providers
      • Outlier detection and other NRQL Alerting use cases: 
        • Multiple issues (static), 
        • Synthetic performance (dynamic), 
        • Outlier behavior (Outlier)
  • Notifying the right team: Channels and Webhooks
    • Lab: Webhook Challenge
  • Alerts and Dashboarding
    • Lab: Charting alerts
  • Muting Alerts with Muting Rules
  • Applied Intelligence 
  • Proactive Detection
  • Notifications and Analyzing Anomalies 
    • Lab: Configure Anomaly notification channel
  • Incident Intelligence
  • Building Decisions
  • Configuring Sources, Destinations and Pathways

About this workshop

More live training sessions coming soon.

Want to know more about alerting? In this highly practical and engaging 2 hour session we delve deeper into how to move beyond basic alerts to implementing an effective alerting strategy, and create alerts which surface issues that are important to you, and get routed effectively to relevant teams or tools.  

With scenario based labs you’ll create specific policies and conditions for typical use cases across the full stack, use dynamic filters and tags, leverage powerful NRQL alerts, and manage alerts for downtime or maintenance scenarios. 

You'll get to work with Applied Intelligence alerting and learn how to make use of Proactive Detection and Incident Intelligence to reduce alert noise, correlate incidents to understand the root cause more quickly, and resolve and fix incidents faster. 

The format of this session will include best practices, challenge based labs, discussions and collaborative activities resulting in takeaways you can immediately apply to your accounts or organization's requirements.

As these sessions are interactive and highly practical, the number of attendees is limited, Register Now to hold your spot!

Agenda Topic and Labs 

  • Alerts Concepts and Workflow
  • Effective Alerting strategies 
  • Establishing Baselines, SLO’s and Thresholds
    • Use Cases and labs: 
      • Alerting on SLAs and back end services
      • Alerting on new applications or variable performance -Dynamic Baseline Alerting
      • Alerting on Infrastructure conditions and Integration Providers
      • Outlier detection and other NRQL Alerting use cases: 
        • Multiple issues (static), 
        • Synthetic performance (dynamic), 
        • Outlier behavior (Outlier)
  • Notifying the right team: Channels and Webhooks
    • Lab: Webhook Challenge
  • Alerts and Dashboarding
    • Lab: Charting alerts
  • Muting Alerts with Muting Rules
  • Applied Intelligence 
  • Proactive Detection
  • Notifications and Analyzing Anomalies 
    • Lab: Configure Anomaly notification channel
  • Incident Intelligence
  • Building Decisions
  • Configuring Sources, Destinations and Pathways