[PJUG Javamail] The New Relic RPM for Java Beta is open to the public
mike at newrelic.com
Tue Aug 18 16:14:59 UTC 2009
San Francisco, California — August 18, 2009 — New Relic, Inc., the
leading software-as-a-service (SaaS) provider of application
performance management solutions, today announced the opening of a
public beta program for the latest version of its popular RPM product.
The new version can be used to monitor, troubleshoot and tune Java web
applications in addition to those developed on Ruby on Rails. RPM,
used by more than 2,000 customers, is the industry’s first Application
Performance Management (APM) product to be offered as a service,
making it ideal for managing applications in the Cloud or in the
New Relic RPM is an application performance management solution that
provides developers and IT operations teams with cost effective,
proven capabilities for monitoring, troubleshooting and tuning
production web applications. In a single view, RPM provides deep,
transaction-level visibility into production applications including
such powerful features as transaction tracing, error detection,
scalability analysis, capacity analysis, Apdex scoring, collaboration
workspaces, and more. It deploys in minutes without consultants,
lengthy commitments, and confusing licensing schemes.
The New Relic Beta Program for Java web application management is now
open and continues until the new version is generally available. Beta
program participants will work with a fully functioning version of RPM
capable of providing 24x7 monitoring and troubleshooting of Java
applications. The version will be supported and will be updated
frequently throughout the program. Participation is free. Interested
organizations may register for the program by visiting www.java.newrelic.com
. Space for the beta is limited and interested companies are advised
to register early to insure participation in the program.
New Relic, Inc.
+1 415 404 6717
( ( •)) New Relic
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