Today Blue Medora announced the release of three new hardware and database plugins for New Relic — NetApp FlexPod, Amazon DynamoDB and Dell EMC PowerEdge — to extend monitoring with access to hundreds of new metrics to accelerate troubleshooting and optimize performance. These plugins are part of the True Visibility Suite for New Relic, which features 25 plugins designed to give you true visibility across the entire IT stack.
Extend monitoring in your New Relic environment with the Blue Medora FlexPod Plugin, which provides end-to-end visibility so you can clearly identify issues in your application stack for Cisco UCS, Cisco Nexus and NetApp Storage.
The plugin offers insight to hundreds of metrics, including throughput, port status, fabric interconnect load and chassis power. As a result, you can dive deeper into your data to resolve issues faster and improve performance.
Figure 1: The FlexPod System Overview offers insight into NetApp Storage, Cisco Nexus and Cisco UCS workloads.
All plugins from Blue Medora seamlessly integrate with New Relic alerts, providing access to more recommendations and the ability to leverage system-defined thresholds or set your own. As a result, reduce mean-time-to-innocence (MTTI) and eliminate alert storms.
See more metrics for your Amazon DynamoDB workloads — including throttle events, capacity usage and index size — to dig deeper into your data and gain true visibility into your performance.
Figure 2: View essential metrics in Amazon DynamoDB dashboards, including read/write capacity usage and read/write throttle events.
As with all Blue Medora plugins for New Relic, the plugin boasts an integration with New Relic Insights. Use NRQL queries to create custom data apps and correlate key metrics to make data-driven decisions.
Centralize your infrastructure monitoring with the Blue Medora Dell EMC PowerEdge Plugin for New Relic. Gain insight into more metrics than ever before, including key metrics like processor status, physical disk status and used capacity.
With a deeper understanding of how your Dell EMC PowerEdge workloads perform, improve troubleshooting so you can pinpoint issues before they spread to other layers of the IT stack.
Figure 3: The Dell EMC PowerEdge System Overview dashboard gives insight into infrastructure performance.
Using the NPI installer, you can install and start using Blue Medora’s plugins for New Relic in under 20 minutes. The plugins integrate natively with all New Relic Plugin features, including New Relic Insights, New Relic Alerts and out-of-the-box dashboards reports. As a result, you can gain true visibility into any performance issues.
The plugins for FlexPod, Amazon DynamoDB and Dell EMC PowerEdge are part of Blue Medora’s suite of plugins available inside New Relic’s Plugin Central. To start your free trial, check out Plugin Central or visit us at BlueMedora.com/TryNR.