Raygun, a high performer in the application performance monitoring category on G2, announced the latest in their APM language support: Raygun APM for Node.js.
Node.js is the technology of choice for some of the largest companies in the world, and remains one of the most popular with over 50% of developers having used Node.js in 2020. As companies respond to the changing demands of customers in our current climate, it has never been more important for scaling companies to better manage their online experiences. In today’s world, application quality is inextricably linked to business success — undetected slowdowns could cost a company millions of dollars.
Raygun APM helps developers detect problems before they affect customers with actionable, real-time insights into application quality metrics like Apdex score, slowest requests and methods, active issues, and more. Because they have access to insights and diagnostics, developers can pinpoint issues faster, and some companies reduce the time spent resolving issues by 90%.
Raygun’s points of difference in the APM market are that they offer more code-level detail, better data visualization, and a usage-based billing model that compliments modern infrastructures.
Product Manager at Raygun, Bianca Grizhar, says that:
“Raygun APM presents an exciting opportunity for the Node.js community. We built Raygun with the modern development team front-of-mind — it’s easy to use, yet highly configurable for flexibility with technologies like Docker. We’re proud to offer one of the best tools on the market so that developers can proactively identify performance problems before they have a chance to negatively impact a business.”
Raygun customers can try Raygun APM for Node.js today by going to their account and installing the Raygun APM agent. New users can sign up for a free 14-day trial with Raygun.
Raygun is an application performance monitoring platform that gives companies visibility into software problems so they can build and deliver excellent customer experiences.
Raygun is used by over 70,000+ developers globally and helps companies like Coca-Cola, Domino’s Pizza, Microsoft, Keurig Dr. Pepper, Samsung, and Unity discover and resolve software issues in their applications.