Geddy is a Node.js-based web application framework that uses an MVC (Model-View-Controller) architecture. Built with data versatility in mind, Geddy supports multiple template engines, including EJS, Handlebars, and Swig and provides model layer adapters for MongoDB and PostgreSQL database systems, as well as in-memory ones. Geddy leverages Node.js' built-in cluster module to scale apps across multiple processors, which developers may configure depending on the environment in which the app is being deployed. Geddy can also generate app structures and scaffold resources; however, it does not play bass or wail about Tom Sawyer.
With the AppDynamics platform you can monitor, troubleshoot and diagnose performance issues in your Node.js applications built on the Express framework – in real time, and in production.
Process wide snapshots
Understand which functions are blocking the event loop and maxing out CPU with a call graph of all executing functions within the Node.js process that executed.
Business transaction call graphs
Dive deep into an individual busines transaction with a complete call graph view per unique business transaction. (coming soon)
Custom match / exclude rules
Choose which business transactions are most important for you to monitor and include or exclude them from view in real-time.
Web and mobile user experience correlation
Understand how client-side performance correlates to the server transaction by correlating browser and device performance to the originating business transaction performance metrics.
Understand the impact of database performance by correlating database performance to originating business transaction performance metrics.
Choose to deploy our platform via SaaS or on-premise with the ability for Node.js agents to report into an on-premises controller.
Find actionable tips to help you effectively monitor and manage your complex Node.js environment.
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