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02-11-2015 08:58 PM
03-17-2016 06:17 AM - last edited on 03-17-2016 11:59 AM by kathleen_jo
Hi @ty_gavin - Do you know if the New Relic team will consider support from within a sync container in the future?
While New Relic may not be supported as of now within Tealium iQ, we do have an API integration built out leveraging our new EventStream service. There are more details to come in the near future, such as pricing considerations, but it would an option for sending browser or mobile app data to New Relic.
03-25-2016 10:56 AM - edited 03-25-2016 10:57 AM
You may be able to "unofficially" run their JS code inside the Tealium utag.sync.js (synchronous) container if you like by pasting in their code block into utag.sync.js template. The New Relic team simply has a strong preference to be inline in the page as they have a code block that prefers to execute before all other code. Also, they have a good argument that any 3rd-party-hosted script that is set to run synchronously will add some delay to your page and impact page performance.
On a related topic, Tealium Collect tag now supports data collection for window.performance.timing metrics. These metrics can be leveraged in AudienceStream for real-time understanding of how your visitor is currently experiencing your site's pages. That might mean taking action in an AudienceStream Connector to send a targeted email to someone who has had a few consecutively slow page loads in your checkout process. "We're sorry our site was slow during your recent checkout process. Please remind your family members to stop streaming multiple videos on multiple devices while you're shopping online. And take advantage of this 10% off coupon code." :-)
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