Here at Kinsta, our Support Engineers make use of New Relic APM every single day. It’s a powerful tool that drills down into the inner workings of a WordPress website to pinpoint plugins, theme template files, database queries, external calls, or coding errors causing performance issues on our clients’ websites. We pride ourselves on being developer-friendly managed WordPress hosting. So we don’t hog this powerful tool all to ourselves. On our platform, our users can add their own New Relic license so they can enjoy the same powerful visibility. If your hosting provider doesn’t offer New Relic integration, you can set it up yourself if your site is hosted in a private environment. However, getting New Relic running is just the beginning. If you’ve never used New Relic APM (and maybe even if you have), you may struggle to get the most out of this powerful tool. In this tutorial our goal is simple: show you how you can use New Relic APM to fix what ails your WordPress website. Ready to get nerdy? Let’s get to it! A Quick Overview of New Relic APM So what is New Relic APM? For our purposes, the following definition fits: New Relic APM is a web application
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