Click here to apply to participate in the Serverless APM for NodeJS on AWS Lambda beta program.
[Deadline Date: November 29, 2019]
Serverless computing is an increasingly important part of the toolbag offered by cloud service providers, primarily due to the promise of cost savings vs deploying equivalent services on dedicated cloud resources. Due to the dynamic and stateless nature of these functions, monitoring these runtimes present a unique challenge to companies that want to ensure high performing applications that are always available for end-users.
In order to bring the power of the AppDynamics end-to-end Business Transaction context into the serverless environment, AppDynamics is planning on extending our existing support of AWS Lambda by adding support for functions implemented in NodeJS.
If your enterprise is using NodeJS Lambda microservices today and would benefit from end-to-end transaction monitoring correlated from client request to backend conventional systems access, then we need you! Click here to apply to participate in the Serverless APM for NodeJS on AWS Lambda beta program. Thank you for your interest!
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