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CubeAPM understands Open Telemetry Protocol (OTLP) natively. So it can be used to monitor applications written in a wide variety of programming languages/frameworks. We have documentation for connecting applications written in some of the most popular languages/frameworks in this section (see left sidebar). Documentation for a wider range of languages/frameworks is available on the official Open Telemetry website.

Using CubeAPM with New Relic agents

CubeAPM natively supports New Relic agents as well, i.e., CubeAPM can be used to monitor applications instrumented with New Relic agents as well. Here's how to use New Relic agents with CubeAPM:

By default, New Relic agents send data to New Relic servers. However, if an environment variable NEW_RELIC_HOST is found, the agents send data to the domain mentioned in this environment variable's value instead of sending to New Relic servers. Thus, by adding the environment variable NEW_RELIC_HOST=<domain_of_cubeapm_server> to the application deployment setup, New Relic agent will send data to your CubeAPM servers instead of New Relic servers.

However, there is one more thing that needs to be taken care of. CubeAPM agents send data using HTTPS on port 443. However, CubeAPM expects data on port 3130 over HTTP. So, a load balancer (or HTTP reverse proxy) is needed to accept data on HTTPS/443 and forward to CubeAPM on HTTP/3130.

That's it! New Relic agents can now be used to send data to CubeAPM.

CubeAPM with New Relic


NewRelic PHP agent does not support the NEW_RELIC_HOST environment variable. It needs setting the newrelic.daemon.collector_host value in newrelic.ini instead.

Multi-environment setup

If you are using multi-environment feature of CubeAPM, you can set your application’s environment name by setting the app name as per the below format:

# environment variable

# If the agent config file sets app_name as an array, then
# set the app name as:
# app_name: ['<application_name>', '<environment_name>']

For example:

# environment variable

# config file
# app_name: ['order-service', 'sandbox']


The following command can be tried on the application host server to check connectivity to CubeAPM server(s):

curl -X POST -v -d '[]' 'https://<domain_of_cubeapm_server>/agent_listener/invoke_raw_method?marshal_format=json&protocol_version=17&method=preconnect' -H 'content-type: application/json'

Expected response: 200 OK with response message {"return_value":{"redirect_host":"<domain_of_cubeapm_server>"}}

AWS Lambda

For AWS Lambda, instead of setting NEW_RELIC_HOST, set NEW_RELIC_TELEMETRY_ENDPOINT as below in your Lambda environment variables.


# For multi-environment setup