New Relic, an all-in-one observability platform, and JFrog, the “Liquid Software” company and creators of the JFrog Software Supply Chain Platform, announced today a new log analytics integration enabling engineering teams to understand the business impact of their software environments better.
By having real-time visibility of the performance and security of CI/CD pipelines, APIs and web application development workflows, DevOps and security leaders can improve their teams’ ability to address software supply chain security issues quickly – ultimately delivering greater business value through operational efficiency.
With the announcement, JFrog joins a large open ecosystem of integrations New Relic Instant Observability, designed to help every engineer embrace observability in minutes.
“Today’s developers need a 360-degree view of applications to monitor and remediate both performance and security, no matter if they’re running on-premises, in the cloud, or at the edge,” said Omer Cohen, executive vice president of strategy at JFrog. “Our integration with New Relic gives DevOps, security, and operations teams the real-time insights needed to optimize their software supply chain environment and accelerate time to market.”
Key benefits of the JFrog integration with New Relic include:
- Unified visibility and actionable insights: – Preconfigured New Relic dashboards provide a complete view of data from their performance data, artifact usage, and security metrics from JFrog Artifactory and JFrog Xray environments alongside their telemetry data.
- Uncover and mitigate vulnerabilities – Identify urgent vulnerabilities, identify malicious users and deploy fixes faster to deliver more secure software with less risk.
- Improved software supply chain performance – Proactively manage performance and remediate issues with actionable log insights, custom queries, and alerting to boost release velocity and quality.
“Millions of engineers rely on JFrog to improve their software performance and security at every stage of development,” said New Relic Vice President of Cloud and Product Partnerships Gal Tunik. “Together with JFrog, New Relic is making it possible for engineering teams to view observability data in tandem with their release pipelines to boost release velocity and quality. New Relic is uniquely committed to an open ecosystem approach to observability, and we are excited to deepen our partnership with JFrog over the coming months.”
The JFrog log analytics integration with New Relic is included at no additional cost to all New Relic full-platform users, and is free for all tiers of self-hosted JFrog customers. To get started, check out the JFrog Platform quickstart for New Relic. For more information about the integration, www.newrelic.com or www.jfrog.com