NSolid, NodeSource's enterprise-grade Node.js platform, is upgrading security and monitoring with version 1.3 this week.
Threshold monitoring in the upgrade offers CPU profiles and heap snapshots when there are performance problems, and data helps to identify root causes. Threshold-triggered profiling and snapshots record the applications when they are misbehaving, and the information provided can be analyzed in the NSolid console for triaging performance issues.
NodeSource plans for NSolid to be suitable for deployment in the cloud or on-premise. Releases are actively supported for 18 months, followed by 12 months of maintenance, the company said.
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