Application Transactions Layer
Once the eG Node.js Application Server Agent is installed and configured on the Node.js applications/instances, it will start tracking transaction requests and storing transaction path and metrics in memory.
To collect these metrics, you then need to configure the eG agent to run the Node.js Business Transactions test.
The metrics reported are then captured into an Application Transactions layer. This layer will appear as the first layer of the BTM-enabled Node.js Application monitoring model.
Figure 1 : The test mapped to the Application Transactions layer
To know how to configure these tests and understand what metrics they report, click on the links below: