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SFBay Apache Lucene/Solr Meetup Message Board › Finally Real Monitoring for Solr

Finally Real Monitoring for Solr

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New Relic Delivers First Application Performance Management Solution for Apache Lucene Solr Search Server

Leading Solr experts partner with New Relic to help clients monitor, troubleshoot, and tune Solr Servers and Solr-connected Java and Ruby web apps in the cloud or in the datacenter

San Francisco, California — May 11, 2010 — New Relic, Inc., the leading software-as-a-service provider of application performance management (APM) solutions, today announced that its flagship product RPM now includes powerful new features for monitoring the performance of Apache Solr, the open source search engine from the Lucene project, which is emerging as a new standard for web application search. Additionally, New Relic has partnered with leading Solr experts and services providers to make RPM available to their clients during customer engagements. Now, development and operations teams can use a single, proven tool to troubleshoot and tune Solr deployments and Solr-connected Java and Ruby web applications.
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