Node.js agent - Release notes

Version 2.0

24-06-2021

Security fix:

  • Read/Write permission for APM agent configuration file is set only for the current user running the app server.

Version 1.8

30-04-2021

Enhancements:

  • HTTP query parameters are now captured by the agent. 

Version 1.7.2

30-07-2020

Enhancements:


Version 1.7.1

02-06-2020

Enhancements:

  • Agent is updated to support the latest version of the dependency package - https-proxy-agent, version 5.0

Version 1.7.0

07-05-2020

Enhancements:

  • Monitoring support for Oracle DB

Version 1.6.0

31-07-2019

Enhancements:

  • Monitoring support for MSSQL

Version 1.5.0

17-05-2019

Enhancements:

  • You can now receive monitoring support for ECMA script
  • For web transactions, Bytes In and Bytes Out are captured

Version 1.4

12-03-2019

Enhancements:

  • User defined classes and methods, and handled errors can be tracked via custom instrumentation API's.
  • Support for monitoring background transactions.
  • Support for App Parameters.

Version 1.3.0

08-01-2018

Enhancements:

  • Monitoring support for Node.js v10
  • Autoscaling support for Node.js applications deployed in AWS and Azure environment.
  • Monitoring support for applications built using HTTP/2

Version 1.2.0

24-10-2018

Enhancements:

  • Support for MySql2, ioredis and Mongoose.
  • Agent can automatically detect and monitor Docker environment. 

Version 1.1

24-08-2018

Enhancements:

  • Agent can monitor and track Promise, Async / Await calls
  • Support for Redis and Cassandra

Version 1.0

18-07-2018

Features:

Features supported by the Node.js agent are listed below:

  • Components overviewView external components connected with your application, as well as the number of ongoing and failed requests. The response time taken by each component is also tracked and shown here.
  • Web transactions: Transactions for a chosen time period are shown here along with their recent traces, including error transactions, error components, response time and throughput, and HTTP components.
  • Database operations: Database operations shows all database operations along with their count and throughput time. 
  • Trace details: Trace details shows transaction summaries, along with their respective components and error codes.
  • RUM integration: Integrate your Node.js application with Site24x7 real user monitoring (RUM) to get real-time data, including browser details, JS errors, Ajax calls, and region-specific performance of your application.
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