Marc Andreessen said, "software is eating the world." I think it's pretty obvious at this point that software already has eaten the world.
Software is now at the core of the successful modern business. An organization's software applications are the way it interacts with its customers. Which means the data that comes from that software tells an important story that every business needs to know and understand. Businesses need that data from their live production software …
…areas and building products in categories other than APM. That's exactly why Lew Cirne, New Relic founder and CEO, built this company and its founding technology in a way that facilitates rapid innovation.
With those roots in place, we have innovated at pace and quality I have never witnessed before in my career. In six years New Relic has:
Added support for 6 (non-mobile) languages and countless frameworks
Created a new and completely free offering for monitoring servers running …
Trivia I Always Have ToOut: is an anagram of founder Lew Cirne's name. Geddit?
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Slicecraft is a 'design to ' conversion company with a difference - they work with Haml and and can deliver your translated design in these formats, ready to drop into your app. The first time I've seen this feature specifically highlighted - cool!
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…Ruby (and now PHP too!) application performance and reliability monitoring and management service that started life as a Rails-only service. With New Relic you can monitor your apps, find slow transactions, see specific SQL queries, and even run a code-level thread profile.
…New Relic RPM Bronze is offered for free to all , you really don't have an excuse for not using it. Tune in for our interview with customers and CEO Lew Cirne—his insights on production visibility and the entrepreneurial spirit are not to be missed.
Fun fact: Lew Cirne.. Anagram.
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…for the CEO — last week, 's very own Lew Cirne offered some hard-earned tips to developer/ looking for the creative freedom to build the next wave of innovation while still leading the business.
"Last year, I didn't do a lot of traditional CEO stuff,"said. Instead of going to a lot of meetings, he spent a lot of time in his cabin working on our latest software analytics product, code-named Project Rubicon …
…opportunity for SXSW Interactive . And, after sifting through tweets and lines of code to select the most impressive entries, we're excited to reveal that we've narrowed it down to one very lucky, very talented winner.users to hang out with the # codingCEO, Lew Cirne, this Friday at
So, without further ado, please join us in saying a big "congratulations" to Jacob Brady!
Jacob will be attendingon behalf of …
…underway...and, who knows? Maybe next year will be our year for the Crunchies!
Thank you for always being there and congratulations to all the Crunchies winners !
Left to right: Jay Fry, Lew Cirne, Rafael Alenda
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Today, I'm pleased to announce the addition of a new board member here at Sarah Friar , the of , is joining us as we prepare for the next chapter of growth and leadership as a software analytics leader.:
…it is. Over a decade ago while at Wily Technology (now part of CA), Lew Cirne and I helped solve the APM problem for traditional IT organizations. Today two things have changed. First, in the world of cloud, you need an APM solution that can manage an app across a distributed and elastic infrastructure environment. Second, the application itself has become more important than ever. When infrastructure is fungible and elastic, all the devops engineer cares about is the health of the …