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Stagemonitor - Application performance monitoring for java server applications

Stagemonitor is a Java monitoring agent that tightly integrates with time series databases like Elasticsearch, Graphite and InfluxDB to analyze graphed metrics and Kibana to analyze requests and call stacks. It includes preconfigured Grafana and Kibana dashboards that can be customized. It supports Real Time Metrics, Call tree of the current request including SQL statements to identify the bottlenecks of a request, Execution time and count of database interactions, Analyze the HTTP headers and lot more.

kamon-play - Kamon Play Framework Integration

The kamon-play module ships with bytecode instrumentation that brings automatic traces and segments management and automatic trace token propagation to your Play! applications. The details on what those features are about can be found in the base functionality documentation section. Here we will dig into the specific aspects of bringing support for them when using Play!.The kamon-play module requires you to start your application using the AspectJ Weaver Agent. Kamon will warn you at startup if you failed to do so.

node-comment-macros - JavaScript comment macros useful for injecting logging, tracing, debugging, or stats related code

Node / JavaScript comment macros useful for injecting logging, tracing, debugging, or stats related code.I wouldn't recommend this at the library level, normally even at the application level I wouldn't recommend it, but some of our projects require a lot of logging and metrics, so this helps cut the clutter.

iopipe-js-core - AWS Lambda metrics, tracing, & analytics for NodeJS

This package provides analytics and distributed tracing for event-driven applications running on AWS Lambda. Install by requiring this module, passing it an object with your project token (register for access), and it will automatically monitor and collect metrics from your applications running on AWS Lambda.

serverless-plugin-iopipe - Automatically wrap your serverless framework functions with IOpipe

A serverless plugin to automatically wrap your functions with iopipe. You'll need to make sure your lambda functions have access to your IOpipe project token. The recommended strategy is to use an environment variable. Just setup the variable in serverless.yml like any other.