Germain is designed to monitor the uptime, performance, and usage of Node.js applications. With Germain, you can gain valuable insights into the availability, responsiveness, and overall performance of your Node.js applications. Additionally, Germain offers a variety of automation features, enabling you to proactively detect and automatically resolve issues.
Real-time Monitoring and Insights for Node.js
Key monitoring capabilities and automated insights in Germain UX for Node.js applications, including:
Error and Exception
Germain UX monitors errors, exceptions and warning occurring within the Node.js application. It captures and analyzes error logs, stack traces, and error details, allowing you to identify and troubleshoot issues promptly.
Germain UX monitors the application's exit events, such as unhandled exceptions or abnormal terminations. It helps detect unexpected application exits and provides insights into the root causes.
Germain UX monitors HTTP requests and responses in the Node.js application. It captures metrics related to request/response times, status codes, and network latency. This monitoring enables you to identify performance bottlenecks and optimize the application's HTTP interactions.
Germain UX provides dedicated monitoring for applications built on the Express framework. It captures metrics specific to Express middleware, routing, and request handling. This allows you to analyze the performance and behavior of Express-based applications.
Event Loop Latency
Germain UX tracks the event loop latency, which measures the responsiveness and efficiency of event-driven operations in the Node.js application. It helps identify any delays or blocking operations that may impact the overall performance.
Germain UX measures the startup duration of the Node.js application, providing insights into the application's initialization process. This monitoring helps identify potential performance improvements during application startup.
Germain UX monitors transactions within the Node.js application, capturing details about their execution time, success/failure status, and any associated errors or warnings. This enables you to track critical business transactions and identify any performance issues or anomalies.
Germain UX monitors the CPU and memory usage of the Node.js application process. It helps you ensure optimal resource utilization and identify any resource-intensive operations.
Germain UX monitors the operating system resources consumed by the Node.js application, such as CPU, memory, and disk usage. This monitoring provides insights into the application's impact on the overall system resources.
Germain UX tracks disk-related operations performed by the Node.js application, such as file reads and writes. It helps you identify any disk I/O bottlenecks or performance issues.
Multiple Promise Resolve/Rejection
Germain UX monitors the resolution and rejection of Promises within the Node.js application. It captures information about the Promise execution, including execution time and any associated errors or warnings.
By leveraging these monitoring features, Germain UX enables you to gain valuable insights into the performance, availability, and usage of your Node.js applications. This information allows you to optimize application performance, troubleshoot issues efficiently, and enhance the overall user experience.
For more detailed information, please reaching out to us: https://docs.germainux.com/main/support . We will provide you with further guidance and assistance tailored to your needs.
List of preconfigured KPIs for Node.js.
Custom Real-time Insights for Node.js
Here is a list of real-time analytics features in Germain UX that can be customized to gain more insights from your Node.js application.
Examples of Insights for NodeJS
Note that these screenshots were taken on Germain UX’s old UI, yet the “monitoring” features and “insights” are still available on Germain UX’s recent/better looking UI! 🙂
Real-time Automation for Node.js
Germain provides key real-time automation features for Node.js application, that can be customized to proactively detect or resolve issues that affect a Node.js application.
Feature Availability: 8.6.0 or later