If you’re looking to set up synthetic monitoring in New Relic, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve got you covered with these simple steps:
Step 1: Sign in to Your New Relic Account To kick things off, sign in to your New Relic account. If you don’t have one yet, make sure to create an account first.
Step 2: Navigate to the Synthetics Tab Once you’re logged in, head over to the Synthetics tab. It’s your gateway to a world of monitoring possibilities.
Step 3: Click on the Create a Monitor Button Ready for action? Click on the “Create a monitor” button. It’s your green light to start monitoring your web applications and services.
Step 4: Select Your Monitor Type New Relic offers a variety of monitor types, from Simple Browsers to Scripted Browsers and API Tests. Choose the one that suits your needs best.
Step 5: Provide the Necessary Details Now, let’s get specific. Fill in the details for your monitor. You’ll need to specify the URL or endpoint you want to monitor, where you want the tests to run from, how often you want the monitoring to happen, and any other settings relevant to your chosen monitor type.
Step 6: Save and Enable Your Monitor Once you’ve filled in the blanks, hit that “Save” button. But don’t stop there – make sure to also enable your monitor. It’s the final step before the magic begins.
Your synthetic monitor is now up and running. New Relic will kick into action, conducting tests according to your specified schedule. You can easily check out the results and performance metrics right within the New Relic user interface. This invaluable data will help you keep a close eye on your system’s performance and availability.
Now, you’re all set to monitor like a pro with New Relic’s synthetic monitoring. Happy monitoring! 🚀