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    Default New Relic Pro - Anyone have experience with this monitoring software?

    If you don't know what it is: https://newrelic.com/products/application-monitoring

    I have this, but really have no idea how to use it to improve the performance of our websites.

    If anyone has any experience utilizing this suite to find actionable ways to improve site performance, please share your tips (or PM me, because I will hire you to help us utilize this software to find and fix performance leaks!).

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    Where is the data stored?

    Do you pay them to make your data available to them on their cloud or is it stored locally or place of your choosing only?

    I see they have bandwith/data limits, and specific limits on the amount of data that is free even with the pro and enterprise versions. (or are those limits only if you use one of their clouds?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by universal4 View Post
    Where is the data stored?

    Do you pay them to make your data available to them on their cloud or is it stored locally or place of your choosing only?

    I see they have bandwith/data limits, and specific limits on the amount of data that is free even with the pro and enterprise versions. (or are those limits only if you use one of their clouds?)

    Rick
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    I do not know the answers to any of your questions Rick.

    I honestly don't care about any of those things.

    All I care about is utilizing the data to somehow improve the performance, speed-wise, of our websites.

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