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One of the hottest topics among API providers has to do with how to best engage developers through a developer portal. In this special report, ProgrammableWeb has compiled a comprehensive list of features (based on real world examples) that all developer portals should aspire to.
New Relic has launched its Insights Dashboard API providing customers programmatic access to sub-account dashboards and accounts across their organization. The API includes five types of endpoints which allow users to programmatically list, show, create, update, and delete Insights dashboards.
Limiting API usage is a standard technique to avoid overloading your server or database at critical times. It’s not always so easy to manage without annoying API clients. Ben Weintraub over at the New Relic blog explains the techniques the analytics company developed to limit resource usage.
Last month, Pantheon.io, a website management platform for Drupal and WordPress websites, announced it is making New Relic’s APM Pro product available to all sites on the platform for free, regardless of service level. This is a huge benefit to dev teams and site owners who value the performance
New Relic recently extended the reach of its application performance monitoring tools into the realm of mobile computing applications.
Developers are forever being asked for data from Web applications to either resolve a DevOps issue or better inform a business decision. Gathering all that data in a way that makes sense to both the developer and the people that need to act on that information has always been problematic. Looking to take that issue head on, New Relic this week launched the public beta of New Relic Insights, a real-time analytics tool that developers can invoke within the context of the New Relic application performance management (APM) service.