$29 million in revenue
New Relic’s first earnings report since going public last December seemed to please investors as the application-performance and analytics company took in…
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New Relic’s share price closed out at $33.83 on the application-analytics startup’s first day in the public markets. The share price ended…
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New Relic detailed on Thursday the pricing of its upcoming initial public offering. The company plans on offering 5 million shares of…
New Relic has laid out its plans for an IPO and filed the necessary paperwork the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
Loggly, the log-management startup that helps companies find problems in their applications, is set to announce a $15 million in a series…
As the startup today said it received $120 million in funding, AppDynamics hopes to eventually branch out from only doing monitoring and analytics and plans to develop ways to remediate errors in the system.
The Series C round will fund new enterprise-focused capabilities and will help build out sales and marketing outside the U.S.
Application performance monitoring company says its revenue (which it doesn’t specify) grew 120 percent growth year over year.
Friar is CFO of Square and a former senior finance executive at Salesforce.com.
Hilarie Koplow-McAdams brings enterprise sales credibility with her into New Relic which seeks to entrench its APM tools in companies ranging from startups to the biggest of big companies.
The U.S. Department of Health and Services is using New Relic to trouble-shoot its problem-plagued Healthcare.gov website, according to New Relic.
A new product code-named Rubicon aims to answer developers’ rapid-fire queries about all aspects of their applications’ performance in real time, said New Relic CEO Lew Cirne.
The startup says it applies Google-like analytics to ensure that dynamic VMware deployments run smoothly.
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New Relic already monitors applications extensively, but it wants to give developers further visibility into performance with plugins for a wide variety of other programs.
Application-performance management has been hot lately, and New Relic has the revenue and customer growth to prove it.
The goal is to automate a lot more of the actual fixing of applications to the mix with the AppDynamics 3.7 release, says CEO Jyoti Bansal.
Cedexis Radar gives an outside-in look at cloud performance, and now Fusion — which works with New Relic and AppDynamics — can provide an inside-out view of what’s happening in applications and servers.
What if you could know everything about your network? And instead of getting snapshots you could see the path of every packet and run analytics on that stream of data in real time? It’s the difference between watching a cartoon and viewing a flip book.
Newvem, the Israeli startup that’s making a name for itself analyzing Amazon Web Services usage for potential customers, netted $4 million in Series A funding led by Greylock Partners. Index Ventures and Eric Schmidt’s Innovation Endeavors are also participating.
Cisco, an incredibly active acquirer, is ready to start doing deals again, according to John Chambers. We think it should be focusing on the cloud and beefing up its core networking skills by buying some of the companies we list in our story.
New Relic, the cloud-based startup that has become synonymous with the term “lean startup,” has raised a $15 million expansion round. It actually closed a $10 million round in October 2010 and has now raised $35 million in total, the venture funding belies New Relic’s success.
SaaS startup New Relic made its name monitoring application performance, but it has added server monitoring to the mix to make the service more functional. It’s actually a natural fit, though, as server issues can have a big impact on how an application is running.
Startup founders and company leaders are the ones who define its culture. By being open and transparent, they build a company with a healthy and a positive outlook. On the flip side, culture of fear and hiding erodes trust and proves to be counterproductive.
New Relic Founder and CEO Lew Cirne has done and seen a lot in his IT lifetime — from cutting his teeth at Apple to creating Wily — and every bit of it influences how he approaches New Relic, both as a technology and a company.
Thanks to SaaS, the marketplace for business software in many ways reflects the way consumers have acquired web-based goods and services for years. The expectation is that by making the technology easy to acquire, early customers will use it and influence broader adoption in their organizations.
In the last decade, the web has brought us countless technologies which enable consumers to get things done simply and without fuss. So why, at a typical large company, are the applications so bloated and complex? Bring on simplified software and deployment: the consumerization of IT.