Mixpanel vs New Relic
Last updated: July 30, 2020
Any question you can ask about your data, Mixpanel can answer. There are many metrics that measure engagement; page views are not one of them. Make your product better by measuring actions, not page views. Mixpanel's power lies in giving you the ability to learn more from your data by being able to ask increasingly important and complex questions. Most analytics products limit insights to basic trend lines, showing for example "number of homepage visits" over time. Mixpanel goes further by enabling you to ask more of your data.
New Relic gets you immediate code-level visibility to build faster software, create better products, and delight your customers. New Relic gets you immediate code-level visibility to build faster software, create better products, and delight your customers.
Mixpanel vs New Relic in our news:
2020 - New Relic is changing its pricing model to encourage broader monitoring
In the monitoring world, typically when you spin up a new instance, you pay a fee to monitor it. If you are particularly active in any given month, that can result in a hefty bill at the end of the month. That leads to limiting what you choose to monitor, to control costs. New Relic wants to change that and is moving to a model where customers pay by the user instead, with a smaller, less costly data component. The company is also simplifying its product set with the goal of encouraging customers to instrument everything instead of deciding what to monitor and what to leave out to control cost.
2015 - Mixpanel introduced codeless mobile analytics
Mobile analytics service Mixpanel unveiled a new feature that should make it easier for mobile businesses to customize the company’s analytics tools without writing any additional code. With Codeless Mobile Analytics, customers can use a point-and-click interface to identify the interactions that they want to track in their Android or iOS app. And after the Mixpanel SDK has been installed, any additional changes will go live without an App Store update or approval. So now optimization, testing and marketing teams can adjust app analytics dashboard without having to ask for help from their developers.
2014 - Mobile analytics startup New Relic is now a billion-dollar company
New Relic, that provides app-monitoring on a SaaS-basis, ended first day of trading as a billion-dollar company. The share price ended up being 47 percent higher than the $23.00 share price it set on Thursday, and makes the company worth roughly $1.5 billion. New Relic offers SaaS Software Analytics Platform that offers Application Performance Management and Real User Monitoring for Cloud and Data Center deployed web applications implemented in Ruby, Java, .NET, Python, PHP, Node.js. New Relic also offers mobile monitoring solutions for iOS and Android applications. The company is aiming full-steam ahead for the new year and compared his company to a football player that just made the big leagues.
2014 - Application-monitoring platform provider New Relic files for an IPO
Application-monitoring startup New Relic has filed for an initial public offering. In the filing, the company reported revenue of $63.2 million for 2014, which was up from last year’s $29.7 million. New Relic was founded in 2007 and unveiled its first product in 2008. In early October, New Relic bought out Barcelona-based startup Ducksboard, whose technology allows New Relic to hook into various cloud services, aggregate the data and generate a dashboard. New Relic also rolled out it long-awaited Insights real-time analytics service in July that can allegedly generate more information on top of all of the data the New Relic platform collects. The startup is not alone in the application analytics space. It competes with startups like AppDynamics, ThousandEyes and AppNeta.
2014 - Mixpanel adds mobile A/B testing to its analytics platform to defeate Appsee
Web and mobile analytics servise Mixpanel is launching a new feature today for mobile developers who want to test out different variations of their app. Making changes to the app is pretty simple. If you want to move a button, just drag the button. And doing something a little more sophisticated, namely changing in-game physics, was still relatively quick. That simplicity is important, because marketers and product managers and non-engineers want to be able to use these products, too — if they have a promising idea, it’s easier if that don’t have to go through a developer to test it. In addition, the A/B testing service ties into Mixpanel’s analytics platform, particularly the data that focuses on individual users. That makes it easier to test changes with specific groups of users.