Cloud monitoring and management solution NodeFly announces its public beta

Posted by Rob Lewis

Earlier this week a Vancouver-based cloud monitoring and management solution named NodeFly announced its public beta. Based on the old adage, “you can’t manage what you can’t see” NodeFly offers an easy server and application monitoring service for businesses whose web infrastructure is cloud-based. 

NodeFly is part of the new breed of cross-cloud monitoring and management tools. Its configurable dashboard allows you to easily add, remove and monitor servers with the click of a mouse. You can see all your nodes in one place, and color-code and label each server. NodeFly will check whether these nodes are alive and functioning and then alert you, via email and SMS, if servers go down.

NodeFly currently has 20 beta users from around the world and has opened up beta access.

NodeFly was founded in August 2010 and is being bootstrapped by Glen Lougheed and Eugene Kaydalov. Lougheed was a co-founder of OverInteractive Media and Kaydalov was a co-founder of SuperRewards.

Company:
NodeFly
Website:
http://www.nodefly.com
Location:
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

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. Here’s a breakdown of... more


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Rob Lewis

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