[Hands-on Lab] Hello, New Relic!

[Hands-on Lab] Hello, New Relic!

Hello New Relic! is a series of hands-on labs, each consisting of a video walkthrough followed by written step-by-step instructions.

About this course

Hello New Relic! is a series of hands-on labs, each consisting of a video walkthrough followed by written step-by-step instructions.

Instrumenting with Agents - When you’re done, you’ll have a fully instrumented and functional food ordering app on glitch.com, a free online IDE that automatically deploys. This is a prerequisite for the following labs.

Explore Your Data with NRQL - You’ll use NRQL to query your application data and build dashboards. When you’re done, you’ll have a dashboard to help you explore the performance of your app.

Custom Instrumentation - You’ll monitor and build custom dashboards around customer and business data.

Alerting Best Practices - You’ll use NRQL to create an SLO dashboard and alert conditions which will let you know when critical business functions are going wrong.

True Availability Using Synthetics - You’ll use New Relic Synthetics to make a scripted browser monitor which verifies the critical user flow of creating a food order.

About this course

Hello New Relic! is a series of hands-on labs, each consisting of a video walkthrough followed by written step-by-step instructions.

Instrumenting with Agents - When you’re done, you’ll have a fully instrumented and functional food ordering app on glitch.com, a free online IDE that automatically deploys. This is a prerequisite for the following labs.

Explore Your Data with NRQL - You’ll use NRQL to query your application data and build dashboards. When you’re done, you’ll have a dashboard to help you explore the performance of your app.

Custom Instrumentation - You’ll monitor and build custom dashboards around customer and business data.

Alerting Best Practices - You’ll use NRQL to create an SLO dashboard and alert conditions which will let you know when critical business functions are going wrong.

True Availability Using Synthetics - You’ll use New Relic Synthetics to make a scripted browser monitor which verifies the critical user flow of creating a food order.