Opbeat is joining forces with Elastic – Learn more about Elastic APM

Opbeat for Node.js launches out of beta

Another week, another massive shipment. After months and months of mad science development, private beta testing (thanks!) and more tweaks and polish, Opbeat for Node.js is now available to everyone!

You’ll now see a Node.js option when creating a new app on Opbeat

With Opbeat for Node.js, you’ll instantly be able to pinpoint performance issues with our in-depth and simple performance breakdown.

Opbeat for Node.js: Performance breakdown

Some of the key features:

  • Detailed activity breakdown of how your app spend its time
    The breakdown includes SQL queries, MongoDB queries, http requests to other services, etc.
  • Response time distribution
    See exactly how slow responses differ from fast responses.
  • True response times
    See the average, 95th and 99th percentile response times and find out if your code is performing as expected.
  • Great error logging with auto-assigned errors
    Our git integration automatically groups and assigns errors to the code author.
  • Lightweight
    The module runs in production with minimal impact on performance.
  • iOS & Android apps
    Get alerts and check in on your app’s performance when AFK.

See all features

To get started, simply create a Node app on Opbeat - it’s free - and install the Opbeat module, like this:

$ npm install opbeat --save

var opbeat = require('opbeat')({
  appId: '<APP-ID>',
  organizationId: '<ORGANIZATION-ID>',
  secretToken: '<SECRET-TOKEN>'

View full documentation

About the author
Rasmus Makwarth is co-founder and CEO of Opbeat. Rasmus is passionate about making the life of developers more productive, and consumes substantial amounts of coffee.
You can follow him on Twitter or connect on LinkedIn.