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New Relic is a SaaS-based monitoring tool that helps organizations track the performance of their applications. This solution offers a wide variety of monitoring methods such as Infrastructure, Logging, Alerts & AI, Mobile, and APM. Delphix quickstart with New Relic enables you to upload, present, and respond instantaneously to various information, such as Engine, dSource, and VDB usage.

For more information, refer to the Delphix Quickstart page and GitHub Repo README file.

Technical Architecture

Delphix integration with New Relic will allow you to send data from Delphix Data Control Tower (DCT) to New Relic as events. DCT is a tool that will allow you to connect to all your Delphix engines on premises or in the cloud (AWS, Azure, Google Cloud, OCI, and IBM).




  1. Click Sign up to create a free New Relic account and then click Log in to log on to the new account.
  2. Go to the Add Data tab and search for Delphix.
  3. Install the Delphix Integration.
    1. Install and run the presented Integration in a location accessible to the DCT Server. For further installation instructions, follow the steps outlined in the README file. This is the only step that occurs outside of the New Relic UI.
  4. Next, return to New Relic UI and follow the prompts to automatically install the default dashboard and alert.
  5. Navigate to the Dashboards > Delphix dashboard tab to view the imported dashboard.
    1. This page allows you to create new dashboards or charts.
  6. Navigate to the Alerts & AI > Alert conditions (Policies) to view the imported alert.
    1. This page allows you to create new alerts.

If you want an alert to trigger a DCT API and the DCT server is not publicly accessible, then you must open the respective ports in your firewall configuration.


This integration follows the Community support standards detailed in our Delphix Open Source Community Guidelines. If you need help or assistance configuring the Delphix and New Relic solution, please submit a question on GitHub's Issues.

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