WHERE DO I START?
You are here:Integrations > Node.js

Node.js

Summary

You can monitor your Node.js-based applications using the Linux Agent and Netuitive StatsD server. All it takes is installing our agent and instrumenting your custom metrics, and then you'll be visualizing the performance of your Node.js applications.

Important   For the configuration section and examples, we used the node-statsd-client library, but you can use any compatible Node.js client library. You can find some popular ones here. Note that while some libraries may support varying metric types, the Netuitive StatsD server only supports gauge, set, counter, timer, and histogram types. See the Netuitive StatsD server page for more information.

Configuration

Note   Before you configure metric instrumentation in your Node.js application(s), you'll need to install the Linux Agent and Netuitive StatsD server first. See the instructions on this page for how to install it.

Dependencies

OS

Redhat 6 and 7
CentOS 6 and 7
Amazon Linux (latest)
Ubuntu 12, 14, 15, and 16
Debian 7, 8, and 9

Miscellaneous

Linux Agent
Netuitive StatsD Server
Node.js
Node.js Client Library