I’m here at Futurestack in San Francisco, where New Relic launched an array of new features today, including a new, stand-alone New Relic Browser. Nearly 25% of our customer sites are already using New Relic, and we were invited to participate in New Relic’s private beta for New Relic Browser. With the stand-alone option, New Relic customers no longer have to install a language agent for APM (application performance monitoring) in order to take advantage of RUM. Instead, customers can now take advantage of RUM with a simple tag insert.
I'm pleased to announce that effective immediately, Instart Logic customers can have the New Relic Browser enabled automatically with our Nanovisor client. This makes integration between our respective products easier than ever. Our joint customers can take advantage of RUM testing and software-defined application delivery together to offer the fastest sites on the Web.