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New Relic Health Map
New Relic’s new Health Map

New Relic plans to give its users a new way to monitor the performance of their apps across their infrastructure, blending two of its services into the new Health Map.

Health Map combines data from the New Relic APM app-monitoring product and its Infrastructure monitoring product into a single view, which makes it easier and quicker to detect where a problem is occurring and fix it, said Todd Etchieson, New Relic’s vice president of customer analytics product management. The company plans to make the announcement at its FutureStack conference in London.

“Anybody who has to look at this software all day long, they should enjoy working with it,” Etchieson said, paraphrasing one of New Relic founder Lew Cirne’s directives for the company and describing its approach to performance-monitoring software.

Health Map “provides a clear view of the dependencies between the application and the infrastructure it is running on,” he said. It will be available by the end of the month for APM customers who are also Infrastructure paid or trial customers.

The company also plans to announce new integrations for customers running on Amazon Web Services, allowing them to get a closer picture of how their app are running on AWS. New Relic’s products monitor both on-premise and cloud applications, and most of its customers running cloud apps are doing so through AWS, Etchison said.

New Relic, which is headquartered in San Francisco but maintains a large product-development team in Portland, gets more than half of its recurring revenue from customers who are using two or more of its products, Etchison said. Last week the company reported earnings that beat Wall Street expectations, and while revenue was up 40 percent compared to the previous year, New Relic is still unprofitable.

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