Self-hosted APM server?


We’re looking to self host a APM server but all I could find is >2yo docs and packages.

Does it work with the latest mdg:meteor-apm-agent ?

This one seems to be maintained more but it’s dependent on elastic: Meteor-elastic-apm with meteor metrics

What would you suggest to start with ?



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@burni13 Use . It’s maintained by, and supports, the dev who built mup. I’ve tried everything out there (nodechef, galaxy, self-hosting), and monti is by far the best version and has very fair pricing.

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Hi Avario,

Ok thanks a lot! It was really not what we wanted but your comment made us rethink and we might just go for it. We’ll be trying it out this week. :slight_smile:




I don’t know if the right place to ask but trying Monti, I get a runtime error:

W20201111-17:22:28.813(-5)? (STDERR) /Users/burni13/.meteor/packages/meteor-tool/.
W20201111-17:22:28.814(-5)? (STDERR) 						throw(ex);
W20201111-17:22:28.814(-5)? (STDERR) 						^
W20201111-17:22:28.814(-5)? (STDERR) 
W20201111-17:22:28.814(-5)? (STDERR) TypeError: Cannot read property 'use' of undefined
W20201111-17:22:28.814(-5)? (STDERR)     at module (imports/startup/server/rest-api.js:1836:1)
W20201111-17:22:28.815(-5)? (STDERR)     at fileEvaluate (packages/modules-runtime.js:336:7)
W20201111-17:22:28.815(-5)? (STDERR)     at Module.require (packages/modules-runtime.js:238:14)

with this code:

WebApp.connectHandlers.use(bodyParser.urlencoded({extended: true})).use(bodyParser.json({type: "*/*"})).use('/api/function',function (req, res, next) {}

That started when installing the monti:agent package.

Any idea what the problem is?

Monti sounds like the easiest / best solution if you can get it running.

Otherwise we’ve been running a DigitalOcean droplet with this fork of kadira for years now; we also had to add a cron script as described here ; other than that we’ve had no issues at all, it’s still logging useful data.

Hi cunneen,

Thanks for the answer.

I did send an email to Monti’s support with the problem I had and they released a fixed update in less than 24 hours. I will definitely give them a try. That quality of service makes me lean in that direction.

Thanks for your help :slight_smile: