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  • How to Take Infrastructure Monitoring to the Next Level

    You need observability to help you manage your modern environments. Access this white paper to discover the four imperatives for today’s DevOps and SRE teams to achieve true observability.

  • Why DevOps Teams Lack Visibility in Distributed Environments

    Open this white paper to learn how to immediately answer the most important questions that arise when experiencing downtime in your infrastructure.

  • Four Use Cases for AIOps

    The exact, real-world applications of AIOps aren’t always clear. Inside this blog, learn about the four main ways that DevOps, SRE, and on-call teams are taking advantage of AIOps technology to troubleshoot and respond to incidents faster.

  • Why containerization needs context

    Complex application architectures are leveraged to deliver better user experiences, yet user experiences ultimately decrease due to downtime, bugs, and latency. This is the paradox of modern software environments. In this guide, learn how to undo the paradox and benefit from modern architectures without jeopardizing the user experience.

  • Inside NRDB

    While complex data architectures have birthed effective best practices like observability, these best practices often rely on that same flawed architecture to solve problems. In this white paper, learn about unified telemetry, New Relic Database (NRDB), and how to understand your data ecosystem better with a unified database.

  • Reducing MTTR the Right Way: 10 Best Practices

    MTTR — or mean time to resolution — is one of the most widely used metrics in the systems reliability toolbox. It’s also one of the most misunderstood. Jump inside this guide to learn 10 best practices designed to help your team better utilize and reduce MTTR.

  • Why Observability is so Critical for Today’s Business Infrastructure

    When things go south in your software, DevOps teams are tasked with navigating a complex web of systems and infrastructure to find out what actually happened – a difficult feat. Take a look inside this guide to learn why contextual observability is such an important capability to have in today’s complex IT and business environments.

  • Adopt, Experiment, and Scale

    Most teams fall into one of two camps: either they’re still confused about what exactly “cloud native” means, or they’ve lost sight of their cloud native strategies along the way. This E-Book provides insight into 3 essentials for cloud native environments that can improve your approach.

  • Effective Alerting in Practice

    In this guide, find an introductory guide to creating and managing an alerting strategy for DevOps teams—a strategy ready to take on the challenges of scalability, abstracted services, and resource management. Get started here.

  • Kubernetes Observability with New Relic

    The bad news: Your Kubernetes use is only as good as your monitoring tool. The good news: New Relic has a 5-stage framework for Kubernetes observability featuring an all-in-one platform. Download this New Relic guide to learn more.

  • Drive Leadership With Digital Insights For All

    Customers are leaving valuable data footprints that can deliver proven business benefits across a wide range of job roles and titles. Read this Forrester report to learn why tech leaders should be sharing their data insights across the entire organization for maximized ROI and business growth.

  • 6 Priorities for Ops in a 'Serverless' World

    With the advent of AWS Lambda in 2014, and a slew of other serverless tools now available, you can now run code for virtually any type of application or backend service – all with zero administration. Read this blog to learn the top 6 changes this will have to a traditional Ops role.

  • DevOps Done Right

    Establishing the necessary processes, tools, and culture can become a disruptive challenge when making the digital transformation into DevOps. Download this brief eBook to better understand which best practices can drive your teams through barriers, and achieve a successful DevOps digital transformation.

  • New AWS Migration Tools Target Big Data Behind a Firewall

    Amazon Web Services (AWS) recently added a multitude of capabilities to its public cloud that greatly reduce the data migration problem and decrease the fear of data breaches. This expert e-guide highlights all the new features of AWS that could soon be positively impacting your business.

  • Don't Leave Legacy Apps Behind during an AWS Migration

    The convenience and potential cost savings of AWS Elastic Compute Cloud is appealing, but the unknowns make many IT pros hesitate. Learn from this expert guide how to construct an AWS migration roadmap, and formulate a blueprint for understanding your apps to identify migration benefits and effect a smooth transition to AWS.

  • Cloud Migration Strategies for a Hybrid Cloud World

    Cloud computing strategies aren't always easy to carry out – especially when migrating between cloud providers or public and private clouds. This e-guide reveals recommended cloud migration practices and explores three common approaches to migrating apps to the cloud.

  • Five AWS Data Migration Methods to Consider

    More organizations than ever are looking to store data in the public cloud, often at a fraction of the cost of on-premises storage. But transferring that data to the cloud isn't always straightforward. This exclusive e-guide reveals five data migration methods to move storage to AWS.

  • How to Get Everyone On-Board with a Cloud Migration Project

    In this expert guide, discover 5 cloud benefits that may prove cloud migration naysayers wrong. Some of these benefits include: scalability and agility, visibility and governance, cost, and more.

  • Overcome Common AWS Migration Challenges

    This exclusive guide outlines best practices to help you do just that, and offers key tips for planning out your transition so that you can eliminate potential risks and AWS migration obstacles.

  • Understanding the Need for a Unified DevOps Approach to ALM

    Much has been written about what DevOps is, however, this expert e-guide investigates DevOps by explaining what it is not. editor Jennifer Lent asked software professionals to explain what DevOps isn't -- read now to explore five common answers.

  • Taking an Agile-DevOps Approach for Legacy Modernization and Hybrid Cloud Environments

    Combining Agile and DevOps practices can make it easier to manage legacy application modernization and deployment across on-premise and cloud -- i.e., hybrid cloud – environments.  This expert e-guide demonstrates the need for and Agile-DevOps approach when dealing with legacy modernization and hybrid cloud environments.

  • Ushering in a New Era of APM for the Enterprise

    In this e-book, examine the challenges that the current enterprise landscape has created for APM, and how a new era of APM is helping businesses build better-performing apps as well as reduce costs and grow revenue.

  • Analyst Connection: The Case for SaaS Application Performance Management

    Organizations that need to implement application performance management (APM) quickly and with minimal disruption often turn to SaaS APM tools. In this report, VP of IDC's Enterprise System Management Software Mary Johnston Turner answers questions about SaaS APM adoption, and deliver key factors you should consider when evaluating cloud APM tools.

  • Break Down Barriers and Reduce Cycle Times with DevOps

    To release new updates and features faster, savvy development teams have changed the way they deliver software with DevOps. In this report, get an in-depth look at DevOps and continuous delivery, and learn how it helps solve a variety of challenges facing modern IT organizations.

  • 5 Unsung Tools of DevOps

    Forward-thinking organizations have already hopped on the DevOps bandwagon for streamlined software development and delivery. A key aspect of successful DevOps is constant improvement of tools -- but improvement doesn't need to mean replacement. Are you overlooking some of the most valuable DevOps tools?

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