5 Steps to MeteorJS Monitoring
In this quick tutorial, you'll learn how to quickly measure several key metrics from your code using npm, Node.js, and MeteorJS
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Let’s see how to use SPM for Node.js with the Meteor framework.
Step 1: Create SPM App of type „Node.js“
Step 2: Install npm packages
# install SPM agent with meteor npm integration meteor npm i spm-agent-nodejs --save
Step 3: Configure SPM for Node.js agent
# preload spm-agent-nodejs module by setting NODE_OPTIONS environment variable export NODE_OPTIONS="-r spm-agent-nodejs“ # configure SPM agent for the SPM app by setting SPM_TOKEN environment variable export SPM_TOKEN=YOUR_SPM_TOKEN
Step 4: Run your Meteor app
# run the meteor app as usual .. meteor run
Step 5: Check Results in SPM
After a minute or so you should see the performance metrics such as EventLoop Latencies, Memory Usage, Garbage Collection details, and HTTP statistics of your Meteor app in SPM.
Meteor metrics in SPM for Node.js
Once you have all your Node.js metrics you can start to define alert rules and configure ChatOps integrations to be alerted about anomalies in your Meteor app.
The Meteor framework typically uses MongoDB as the database, while caching and SSL termination is often off-loaded to Nginx. If you use Meteor, MongoDB, and Nginx in your stack you may want to have MongoDB monitoring and Nginx monitoring together with Meteor monitoring to cover monitoring for your whole application stack.
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