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Test Drive RPM With Live Web App

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New Relic have deployed a live web app on Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud and created a ‘guess access’ mode. The app is managed by Relic’s RPM packet management system, giving developers the opportunity to test drive RPM on an app that isn’t their own.

The live demo comes with a full set of RPM features. Developers can view application health and availability, determine which transactions need improvement, and create tailored dashboards. Users can also share their RPM findings by creating a graph, adding notations, and sending the link to their contacts.

Interested parties can download Relics’ RPM Lite for free. The full product requires a license. More details are available at the New Relic website.

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