It’s alive! NodeFly Switching from Node.js Monitoring to Digital Rain Profiling

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November 6, 2012 was an important day for NodeFly. We launched our Node.js application performance monitoring solution with a focus on the Node,js community and an eye to the future.

Now, in our never-ending focus on the future and incredible development languages, we are shifting gears.  Node.js does incredible things, and we will always keep an eye on it. However, we will be transitioning to provide monitoring for “Digital Rain” as this new code provides more opportunities for creative product.

Digital Rain’s scrolling code allows complex three-dimensional programming that overcomes image translation impracticalities. While few developers are utilizing the code at present time, integrating the code with Artificial Intelligence Harvesters will allow huge leaps in code usage. Researchers predict the code will be vital to new virtual reality “cyberscapes” since the raining green characters and pictograms sidestep traditional port limitations. Initial tests indicate a willingness to plug into this system might surpass usage of more traditional codes. And while Node.js and NodeFly allow real-time monitoring, Digital Rain will make “bullet time” possible for increasing time-bending potential.

Our NodeFly agent will continue to be active for the foreseeable future. However, we will update all users when we have official timelines to move to Digital Rain. At that time, our product will be renamed, switching the product name from “NodeFly” to “NeoFly.” Our APM agent will be redubbed as “Agent Smith.”

“Free your mind,” says a tagline for Digital Rain. We appreciate your support as NodeFly does just that.