New Relic

New Relic

  • Easy to install and setup
  • Works right out of the box
  • Vital when using New Relic

This Magento extension adds extra debugging information to the webbased New Relic performance analysis tool. It is most vital when you want to use New Relic together with Magento.

Cost Free
Current version 1.2.3 (Stable)
Requirements Magento CE 1.7 - 1.9
Magento EE 1.10 - 1.14
New Relic already installed on server
New Relic PHP-module (newrelic.so) installed
PHP 5.4.0 or higher
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License BSD (Simplified BSD License)

Features

  • Set New Relic license-key in module-options
  • Monitor multiple Magento sites on same webserver using separate accounts
  • Set New Relic appname per Website-scope or Store-scope
  • Track Magento information like customer details (custom parameters)
  • Track Magento modules and controllers
  • Track Magento entity saving and deleting
  • Measure browser times

Summary

New Relic offers monitoring of your webapplications, by installing a daemon on the webserver and hooking into the PHP-core. This allows monitoring of specific PHP-functions. This Yireo extensions extends this behaviour so that additional Magento information can be logged.

Contributions

Many thanks to Thomas Neumann with various contributions to version 1.2.0

This is not an official New Relic product, and is not endorsed by New Relic.

Note that some of the functionality is only available with the New Relic Pro version: Custom metrics are only available through custom dashboards, which can only be created in the New Relic Pro subscriptions. Additionally, our Magento extension provides additional variables, which are only available with transaction tracking which again requires the Pro-version.

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