Sumo Logic And New Relic Partner To Provide Unified View Of Modern Software Performance And Business Outcomes

Digital intelligence leader New Relic, Inc. (NYSE: NEWR) and Sumo Logic, the leading cloud-native, machine data analytics service, today launched a new partnership in order to combine machine data analytics with application and infrastructure performance data in New Relic Insights' powerful analytics and dashboarding platform. The integration is designed to help joint customers use the New Relic Digital Intelligence Platform for visualizing the impact of software performance on customer experience and business outcomes.

New Relic provides detailed performance metrics across your digital business - customer experience, application performance, and infrastructure - in real-time, along with powerful analytic tools providing a single source for the visualization and analysis of your software's performance. Sumo Logic provides the leading service that turns machine data, structured and unstructured, into continuous intelligence, helping organizations more effectively build, run and secure modern applications and infrastructure. The combination of Sumo Logic machine data analytics with New Relic's full-stack visibility would provide joint customers with a complete picture of what's happening with their users, applications, and instances.

Both companies also now offer products on the new AWS Marketplace SaaS Subscriptions offering. The marketplace makes it even easier for Amazon Web Services (AWS) customers to have deep, real-time visibility into their dynamic cloud and hybrid infrastructure with New Relic Infrastructure and Sumo Logic, by having unified billing through their existing AWS account.

"Sumo Logic and New Relic share a vision for how to help companies thrive in the digital era," said Ramin Sayar, CEO of Sumo Logic. "Aligning and integrating the two leading cloud-native offerings makes perfect sense as we provide a new model of analytics based on real-time intelligence. Our joint customers can better manage their modern applications with a view that traverses the client all the way down into the infrastructure."

"New Relic and Sumo Logic together would offer the perfect solution for companies to get a complete view of their digital business, all from the cloud," said John Gray, senior vice president of business development, New Relic. "With the flexibility of our platform, customers would be able to create nearly any view of the data that Sumo Logic collects via flexible and powerful dashboards."

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