Installing New Relic Server Monitoring within Docker Containers

The inspiration for this post is from a recent Stack Overflow question that I had answered when I had found the selected answer could be improved upon. You can find it here. I ran into a problem recently when working with Docker and New Relic Server Monitoring together. Using the directions found in the New Relic docs for Ubuntu/Debian, the Dockerfile additions I first came up with looked as follows:

New Relic's Python App Public Beta

I recently made the trek to Portland, OR for #djangocon. Demo'd there was New Relic's Real-Time Performance tool, complete with a new implementation for Python apps! This seemed like some fantastic software, but I was skeptical as to how easy it would be to install. As an experiment, I used their public beta invite on this blog. I'd like to first point out, that the documentation to configure the the app was excellent and abundant.