Many organizations running Node.js apps want to send application data to existing systems and infrastructure to analyze and visualize metrics. With the release of N|Solid v2.2, users can now send this data directly to any statsd-compliant system, making it easier than ever to integrate runtime data into existing team workflows.
Systems such as DataDog, Graphite (for on-prem environments), AWS CloudWatch, and Google Stackdriver (for cloud environments) rely on statsd, a popular network daemon, to collect and aggregate metrics sent over UDP. By dispatching metrics to statsd, N|Solid now offers an easy way to deliver a rich variety of Node application metrics directly to your organization's preferred monitoring, aggregation, or reporting platform.
The N|Solid runtime is a drop-in replacement for open source Node which offers a rich set of features built to meet the needs of mission-critical production environments. In addition to enhanced security features, N|Solid provides live instrumentation of system health and stability—without any changes to existing application code.
With the release of N|Solid v2.2, teams can now integrate with existing infrastructure and workflows seamlessly with a simple configuration change, while still taking advantage of unique N|Solid features like snapshots, application profiles, and threshold-based alerting.
Production threshold and process monitoring for your Node applications provide understanding of application issues.
Built-in CPU profiling and heap snapshots allow for instant analysis and swift resolution of application-threatening issues.
Package security monitoring with continuous vulnerability scanning, policy-based rules to configure custom security, and memory-sterilizing zero-fill memory allocation.
Drop-in runtime replacement for the Node.js LTS includes 24x7 Enterprise-grade support, requires zero code modification and no lock in.