Using the New Relic One events integration
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Last edited: Nov 18, 2021
This integration only works with a New Relic One Pro subscription. Check your subscription details on your New Relic account billing page.
This topic explains how to use the LaunchDarkly New Relic One integration to view LaunchDarkly events in New Relic.
LaunchDarkly integrates with New Relic One. LaunchDarkly sends feature flag change events to New Relic One as deployment events. These events appear as new deployments in the One console's APM Event log.
To configure the integration, you must create a REST API key on your New Relic One account.
To configure LaunchDarkly to send events to New Relic One:
- Navigate to the Integrations page and find the New Relic One card.
- Click Add integration. The integration configuration screen appears.
Give the integration a human-readable Name.
Paste in your New Relic REST API key.
Paste in your New Relic application ID.
(Optional) If you have an EU Region New Relic account, select the EU option in the Data Center dropdown.
(Optional) Configure a custom policy to control which flag information LaunchDarkly sends to New Relic One. To learn more, read Adding custom policies to the New Relic One integration.
After reading the Integration Terms and Conditions, check the I have read and agree to the Integration Terms and Conditions checkbox.
Click Save configuration.
LaunchDarkly sends all flag change events in the production environment to New Relic One by default. To customize the events LaunchDarkly sends to New Relic One, use the policy editor in the configuration panel. To learn more about creating a policy, read Example policies and templates.
To view LaunchDarkly events in New Relic One, navigate to your application's APM dashboard, then select the Event log tab on your sidebar and filter for "Deployments" link on the sidebar.
Any flag change events in your production environment (default policy) will create a new deployment event. You will be able to see the impact of that flag change within this deployment page.
To see a full demo of this integration in action, watch the following video: