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New Relic recruits former Qlik, Delphix execs to boost A/NZ team
"We are absolutely thrilled to have two very seasoned executives join us at New Relic as we help customers chart and execute on their plans for digital delivery and cloud services."
4 steps to overcome common infrastructure monitoring challenges
By taking steps to create visibility across their entire tech stacks, companies can create a modern environment and a culture of visibility while gaining full observability across their infrastructure.
What is full-stack observability?
As technology becomes more complex, monitoring on its own isn’t an effective strategy to ensure that quality software is developed and tested in order to then perform at its best in production.
Trust is central to superior DevOps culture
New research in six developed nations, including Australia, found that the lack of a true DevOps culture was hindering development teams’ ability to develop more perfect software.
Cloud migration needs to be an urgent priority for enterprises
There’s a strong sense of urgency for companies to move away from archaic and costly systems and towards establishing a clear plan for cloud migration and digital transformation before the year is out.
New Relic updates partner programme
Introduces Tech Partner Programme and expands and tailors programme benefits for channel partners that may have multiple business models.
Three steps to cloud migration success
IT investments and initiatives that drive operational effectiveness, build a data-driven organisation, and acquire and retain customers are key priorities for Australian CIOs.
Ensuring business continuity during COVID-19
There are three main areas that IT leaders must focus on when striving to ensure business continuity is maintained during the pandemic.
New Relic appoints Qlik alum to regional VP role for A/NZ
Sharryn Napier has been named as the new regional vice president for New Relic's Australian and New Zealand division.
Why AIOps should be at the top of tech ‘to do’ lists
The rise of AIOps has come about thanks to many older, legacy tools no longer being able to cope with the huge volume, speed and diversity of data being created in modern IT environments.
Demystifying M.E.L.T. - the key data for business observability
The acronym M.E.L.T. is used to define four essential data types: metrics, events, logs and traces.
New Relic: Three core elements of business observability
Today, teams need to monitor their applications and infrastructure through observability, as opposed to traditional monitoring.
Business observability vs application monitoring: What’s the difference?
Observability is the answer for when traditional monitoring won’t suffice, and when modern software teams need to play offense with software.
The devil is in the data: Mitigating cloud migration risks
Moving data is one of the most challenging parts of migration, and where the data is stored mid-migration can have a huge impact on the performance of the applications, New Relic says.
Getting value from software observability
Organisations now routinely mine software performance data to achieve ambitious business results, says New Relic.
Cloud adoption: How do Australia & New Zealand stack up?
"While the cloud is now global, cultural differences will always be reflected in even small ways."
Opinion: How to execute a seamless cloud-initiated digital transformation
New Relic's Lee Atchison says there are a number of barriers for businesses that are going 'all-in' for the cloud.
The four pitfalls of cloud migration
"Migrating to the cloud is easy, right? What could possibly go wrong? There are at least four things I can think of."
3 common mistakes companies make when adopting cloud
Cloud computing is now mainstream. That's a fact, writes Lee Atchison.
Don’t get left behind - cloud and the dangers of feet-dragging
New Relic’s Jill Macmurchy explains exactly how putting off the move to the cloud could negatively impact an organisation’s bottom-line.