NodeFly vs Nodetime: What are the differences?
NodeFly: Welcome to NodeFly, Your Node.js Dashboard. NodeFly APM provides real-time monitoring for your Node.js application. Simplicity is the key! We allow our users to gain detailed, real-time performance monitoring of your Node.js application services so they can see everything that is happening, as it happens. This includes understanding system usage at every moment in time to uncover and resolve issues within the application as they arise; Nodetime: Performance Profiler and Monitor for Node.js Applications. Nodetime is an application performance management toolset in the cloud - an all-round solution for performance monitoring, optimization and troubleshooting.
NodeFly and Nodetime belong to "node.js Application Monitoring" category of the tech stack.
Some of the features offered by NodeFly are:
- Fast Set Up- You have better things to do than waste time installing something. This is done either with a couple lines of code or a NPM install
- Unified Dashboard- We think the best place to have your data is right in front of you. With our unified dashboard, you have a real-time visual representation of your Average Response time, Top Slowest Functions, CPU, Concurrent Connections/Throughput, Event Loop, and Memory/Heap data.
- Capacity Utililization- Gain real-time insight into capacity utilization and instantly see how changing usage affects performance.
On the other hand, Nodetime provides the following key features:
- Transaction Tracing- gives you visibility of what's happening inside your application by showing requests and operations, e.g. API calls, with a lot of information, including response time, CPU time, operations such as database calls, http client requests, file system and other API calls which happened at the same time
- Sample Filtering- If there are too many requests or operations handled by the application, Nodetime will send only the slowest samples of requests and their operations to the profiler web console
- Custom Tracing- Nodetime samples requests and some Socket.io communication out of the box. For other types of applications or a specific operation tracing need it provides simple API functions and extension mechanisms