Monitor your Node.js app in AWS Elastic Beanstalk
In seconds, this tutorial will show you how to monitor a Node.js application with PM2 Plus in AWS Elastic Beanstalk.
We assume that your app has already been wrapped with PM2. If not, follow our PM2 AWS Elastic Beanstalk Tutorial.
Create an account on PM2 Plus
You can register here.
Link your app with PM2 Plus
In order to connect PM2 to the dashboard, you need to add your public and private keys in the environment.
Inject your keys into your eb environment:
eb setenv PM2_PUBLIC_KEY=YYYYY PM2_SECRET_KEY=XXXXXXXX
You can access your keys at the top right of your dashboard
We unadvise to use the ecosystem file to set your keys into your environment, doing so your ecosystem file can stay public
Set the server name in PM2 Plus
PM2_MACHINE_NAME environment variable to specify a server name:
eb setenv PM2_MACHINE_NAME=aws-eb-server
The default server name is the hostname (
HOST environment variable) with a random string.
Be careful, in case of duplicate hostnames the dashboard will receive data from both instances and flicker.
Complete your dashboard configuration.