New Relic vs. Vector



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Description

What is New Relic?

New Relic is the all-in-one web application performance tool that lets you see performance from the end user experience, through servers, and down to the line of application code.

What is Vector?

Vector provides a simple way for users to visualize and analyze system and application-level metrics in near real-time. It leverages the battle tested open source system monitoring framework, Performance Co-Pilot (PCP), layering on top a flexible and user-friendly UI. The UI polls metrics at up to 1 second resolution, rendering the data in completely configurable dashboards that simplify cross-metric correlation and analysis.

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Pros

Why do developers choose New Relic?
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Why do developers choose Vector?
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Cons

What are the cons of using New Relic?
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What are the cons of using Vector?
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Pricing

How much does New Relic cost?
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How much does Vector cost?

Companies

What companies use New Relic?
3592 companies on StackShare use New Relic
What companies use Vector?
1 companies on StackShare use Vector

Integrations

What tools integrate with New Relic?
72 tools on StackShare integrate with New Relic
No integrations listed yet

What are some alternatives to New Relic and Vector?

  • Datadog - Unify logs, metrics, and traces from across your distributed infrastructure.
  • Librato - Real-Time Cloud Monitoring
  • Skylight - The smart profiler for your Rails apps
  • AppDynamics - Application management for the cloud generation

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