Getting Started with Keymetrics and PM2. Part 2

Introduction This tutorial is the second part. If you didn't read the first part, take a look at this one : https://keymetrics.io/2015/05/18/getting-started-with-keymetrics-and-pm2/ As we did in the previous article for linking and creating a communication between PM2 and Keymetrics, go back to your dashboard. How to setup Keymetrics Dashboard If you followed all steps in the first tutorial, your dashboard should look like this : As you can see, multiples actions on the application are availabl…

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Alexandre Strzelewicz

Getting Started with Keymetrics and PM2. Part 1

Tutorial on how to set up Keymetrics and PM2 properly and get everything up and running. Introduction Since the official launch of Keymetrics 2 months ago, we got several questions and issues from the users about how to install Keymetrics and synchronize it with the NodeJS servers and PM2 processes running on them. As a matter of fact, we were a bit puzzled to see users struggling with the installation of PM2 and the synchronization thereof. That's why we thought it may be useful to make a clea…

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Alexandre Strzelewicz

Keymetrics/PM2 Launch!

Today we are excited to announce that the product we have been building for the past 12 months, Keymetrics, is officially up and running. For those who already know about PM2, this is the monitoring solution we referred to in our documentation. After receiving more than 2.500 answers to our feedback survey, 1.500 signups on LaunchRock, a ton of awesome tweets, and more than 380.000 PM2 downloads, we are pleased to release the first v1 of Keymetrics. We are also going to release a concept even mo…

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Alexandre Strzelewicz

The recursive effect: your app using your app

Do you develop technical apps? Maybe you already found a way to make your app use your own app. Let's take the example of Keymetrics.io, a monitoring solution dedicated to Node.JS. Keymetrics.io is developped in Node.JS with a lot of micro services communicating between one another. In order to manage all theses process fleet, by the way, we use PM2, a process manager for Node.JS which Keymetrics.io is based on. Then Keymetrics.io monitors PM2 and all managed apps. To sum it up, we used (1) Key…

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Alexandre Strzelewicz

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