New Relic integration
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The New Relic CircleCI integration allows you to view analytical data about their CircleCI jobs within the New Relic monitoring stack.
Complete the following steps to set up a CircleCI webhook to forward your logs to New Relic. For more information, refer to the New Relic CircleCI installation docs.
Log in to the CircleCI web app
Access one of your CircleCI projects
Open Project settings
In the project settings sidebar, click Webhooks
Click Add webhook
Complete the following fields:
Webhook name: give your webhook an easily identifiable name, for example,
New Relic CI Visibility
Reciever URL: Use New Relic’s Logs endpoint. Use the region you set for your New Relic account.
YOUR_LICENSE_KEYwith your New Relic license key, which you can retrieve from the UI or API.
Events: Select Workflow Completed or Job Completed, depending on the type of event you want to trigger the logpush
Enable the check: Certificate verifications
Click Add Webhook to save the new webhook.
If you have set up your receiving API or third-party service, click Test ping event to create a test event.
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