New Relic Insights Integration

You can have your test results pushed in real-time to New Relic Insights.

Configuring the integration

Click on your account name on the top-right, and then click Integrations:

Choose New Relic Insights tab and specify your New Relic Account ID and your New Relic Insights Key:

Data sent to New Relic Insights

Once you have saved your New Relic Insights credentials in the integration page, will automatically send data to New Relic in real-time whenever you run a test. 

The data sent to New Relic Insights has type " loaderio". It contains the following fields for each time interval:

avg_time Average response time  (ms)
clients Number of clients
data_in Data transferred into web application (cumulative)
data_out Data transferred out of web application (cumulative)
forbidden Number of requests against domains that were not validated
max_time Slowest response (ms)
min_time Fastest response (ms)
other_errors Errors other than 400s, 500s, or timeouts
requests Number of requests
resp_1xx Number of HTTP server response codes between 100-199
resp_2xx Number of HTTP server response codes between 200-299
resp_3xx Number of HTTP server response codes between 300-399
resp_4xx Number of HTTP server response codes between 400-499
resp_5xx Number of HTTP server response codes between 500-599
timeout_errors Number of requests that timed out waiting for a response

Note that these values are summed over all of the URLs in a test. For example, if you have three URLs in a test, then avg_time refers to the sum of the average response times of all three URLs in that time interval.

You can use this data in your NRQL queries. For example, to do a timeseries plot of average response time for the last 5 minutes at 1 second intervals, you would do:

SELECT average(avg_time) from loaderio since 5 minutes ago TIMESERIES 1 second

The output would look something like this: