Giveaway: Subscriptions to New Relic Web App Performance Tool

Sep 7 2011 by Jacob Gube | 32 Comments

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We’ve teamed up with the awesome team at New Relic, an all-in-one web application performance tool, to give away five 1-year subscriptions to their Standard plan (valued at $588 per year). Keep reading to learn how you can win this wonderful prize.

** Update: Giveaway Period Has Ended **

About New Relic

New Relic is an online app that lets you monitor, troubleshoot and manage the performance of your web app. Whether it’s written in Ruby, Java, .NET, PHP or Python, New Relic will give you X-ray vision into your app server and show you how to improve your performance.

Complete with availability monitoring and notification, real user monitoring and deep transaction analysis, New Relic is the only tool you need to manage your uptime and performance on the Web.

If you care about user experience (UX), you need New Relic to ensure that your web app is functioning optimally.

New Relic is normally priced at $49/month per server for the Standard plan or $199/month per server for the Pro plan.

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Try New Relic for Free

Want to see how New Relic works?

Create a FREE account today.

** Update: Giveaway Period Has Ended **

How to Win

For a chance to win a 1-year Standard plan subscription to New Relic, simply answer the following question:

Giveaway Details

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About the Author

Jacob Gube is the Founder and Chief Editor of Six Revisions. He’s also a web developer/designer who specializes in front-end development (JavaScript, HTML, CSS) and also a book author. If you’d like to connect with him, head on over to the contact page and follow him on Twitter: @sixrevisions.

32 Comments

Neill

September 7th, 2011

The most important feature for me in NewRelic is Java Profiling.. Anything that makes finding the bottlenecks in our apps is a boon!

Alex T.

September 7th, 2011

Deployment History and SQL Performance!

Gordon Kennedy

September 7th, 2011

The Real User Monitoring looks like an excellent feature.

Mario Awad

September 7th, 2011

Scalability Analysis is the most important to me. Answering the scalability question is hard and having a tool to test this out is awesome. Cheers.

Jon

September 7th, 2011

The fact you are acting off real world data is invaluable and addictive. You have an amazing insight into how actual customers are using and experiencing your product.

Bernardino Lima

September 7th, 2011

I want to better analyse my sites and my customer sites.

Performance and analytics.

Rob

September 7th, 2011

The transaction tracing feature is definitely my fave. Being able to break down and analyze the components used to load a particular page and how long those components took to execute really helps optimize the right parts of my code to give my users the greatest bang for their buck (i.e., my dev time).

Jason Calleiro

September 7th, 2011

Uptime is crucial so for me it would be Availability Monitoring!

Joey

September 7th, 2011

Been using the free version for a while, but got a sampling of the paid version to begin with. The performance anayltics is awesome. Really helps track down bottlenecks in the applications. Can drill down quite far to see which scripts and even db queries are slowest.

Erick Ragas

September 7th, 2011

I Like the Support!

Thanks!

Marc Gayle

September 7th, 2011

I love the weekly performance reports they send to my inbox – that has a quick synopsis of my app’s performance for the week (both in a quick index – they call Appdex – so I can know what my uptime and performance was like out of 100% – e.g 0.995) and also the summary recent deployments.

Gives me a nice overview (without having to login) about the general health and activity around my app. Pretty cool.

Yagnik

September 8th, 2011

Web Transaction Tracing is by far the most important tool when you have a huge stack and need to know what broke!

Bill Dolbier

September 8th, 2011

I absolutely love the Real-Human element of the user experience.

Luanigio

September 8th, 2011

i like the Proactive Notifications.

Razvan

September 8th, 2011

php web apps stress test

Rich_GG

September 8th, 2011

The Performance Analytics feature looks great to me. Seems easy to use and something I’d love to use going forward.

Michal Cichra

September 8th, 2011

I really appreciate Availability Monitoring. It saved my live few times – i could fix everything before client noticed.

Petra

September 8th, 2011

Proactive Notifications are almost like from Minority Report – predicting problems before they happen

dicarsio

September 8th, 2011

SQL performance analysis is really a great help.

Josh Bartolomucci

September 8th, 2011

I really like the “Real User Monitoring”

Monie

September 8th, 2011

I liked the “Proactive Notifications” feature as email notification is a great way to monitor your website!

Pramod Venugopal

September 9th, 2011

Love to try out the Transaction Tracing,

RDL Reyes

September 9th, 2011

Real User Monitoring. Many times my clients has insisted on sitting with the user and see how things are going. This feature is Big Brother!

Juarez P. A. Filho

September 9th, 2011

Real User Monitoring for sure! =D

Heesang

September 9th, 2011

I’d love to use SQL performance monitoring most.

Bobby

September 9th, 2011

SQL performance would be the great feature.

Steve Robillard

September 10th, 2011

my favorite feature is the performance analysis (after all speed is even a part of google’s SEO now)

Deepak M

September 11th, 2011

I love the real time monitoring feature…WOW!

Crunchynow

September 11th, 2011

These analysis would really help me in tracking each and every single detail…

Digital Imagination

September 11th, 2011

Real user monitoring is one of the best advantages which i would love to use in this one…

Duarte Nunes

September 12th, 2011

Real User Monitoring rules ftw! :)

Centdev

September 14th, 2011

sql performance hands-down