I have a customer wanting to monitor a node.js app in Beanstalk (AWS). I know that they have to upload the app to the Beanstalk server (a .war file for example). Would it work if we installed the agent in the beanstalk server and add the dynatrace parameters in the app before uploading it? Does anyone have experience monitoring applications running Elastic Beanstalk servers?
Node.js applications are not deployed as war files. See here http://docs.aws.amazon.com/elasticbeanstalk/latest...
Currently we are working on a npm module to add as dependency to a project. For now you will have to deploy the agent (which is just a library) with the code and require the file as you would do it in any other environment (see docs for that).