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Announcing NSolid Version 3.10.1

We are excited to share that NodeSource just released NSolid 3.10.1. In this version we are proud to announce the new Microsoft Teams integration along with support for Node.js Erbium v12.16.1. 🚀

This release also includes a bugfix for a bug that affected the NSolid Console’s capability to compress assets like Heap-Snapshots and CPU Profiles. The problem was identified as a change committed to Node.js Core here.

You can download NSolid 3.10.1 here or by logging into the NodeSource accounts platform here.

NSolid continues to be the only Node.js runtime solution that provides overhead-less observability of your applications’ performance, security and compliance postures in production, which you can now take advantage of by receiving automated alerts through Microsoft Teams, Slack, Webhooks and Emails 📩💥.

How it Works

Our new Microsoft Teams integration permits users to configure message notifications and webhooks that are automatically triggered when your Node.js application experiences critical performance, lifecycle, and/or security events in production. This ensures DevOps professionals looking after applications running in production can be notified of performance and security issues earlier and then collaborate in either Slack or Microsoft Teams to resolve them.

Microsoft Teams Integration

Similar to how teams configure NSolid’s Slack integration, organizations using Microsoft Teams can now configure notifications to use Microsoft Teams incoming messages feature.
For more information on how to get started with NSolid and Microsoft Teams, see here.

NSolid for Node.js Erbium v12.16.1

This version of NSolid introduces support for Node.js v12.16.1.

There are two available LTS Node.js versions for you to use with N|Solid,
Node.js 12 Erbium and Node.js 10 Dubnium.

N|Solid v3.10.1 Dubnium ships with Node.js v10.19.0

N|Solid v3.10.1 Erbium ships with Node.js v12.16.1

The Node.js 10 Dubnium LTS release line will continue to be supported until
April 30, 2021.

The Node.js 12 Erbium LTS release line will continue to be supported until
April 30, 2022.

Requirements - NSolid Runtime

The N|Solid Runtime is supported on the following operating systems:

  • macOS
    • MacOS 10.11 and newer
  • RPM based 64-bit Linux distributions:
    • Amazon Linux AMI release 2015.09 and newer
    • RHEL7 / CentOS 7 and newer
    • Fedora 30 and newer
  • DEB based 64-bit Linux distributions:
    • Ubuntu 14.04 and newer
    • Debian 8 (jessie) and newer
  • Alpine
    • Alpine 3.3 and newer

Requirements - NSolid Console

The N|Solid Console is supported on the following operating systems:

  • macOS
    • MacOS 10.11 and newer
  • RPM based 64-bit Linux distributions:
    • Amazon Linux AMI release 2015.09 and newer
    • RHEL6 / CentOS 6 and newer
    • Fedora 27 and newer
  • DEB based 64-bit Linux distributions:
    • Ubuntu 14.04 and newer
    • Debian 8 (jessie) and newer
  • Alpine
    • Alpine 3.3 and newer
  • Amazon Linux
    • Amazon Linux AMI release 2015.09 and newer

Update of our compatibility information for all versions of NSolid since v3.8.1

RHEL 6/ CentOS6

Node.js is no longer supporting builds for RHEL 6 and CentOS 6 as highlighted in this issue. This means that newer versions of NSolid require RHEL 7 and CentOS 7 to run. Please feel free to contact our support team at support@nodesource.com to help with any issues you might be encountering as a consequence.

macOS Catalina

With the launch of macOS Catalina in October 2019, Apple announced that Software Notarization Before Distribution will be a set requirement which they started to enforce in February this year.
The Node.js project is actively working on a patch to their build infrastructure to integrate notarization for macOS distributions for Node.js pending hardware and software upgrades (see here).
In the meantime, users can install unnotarized applications/ software in macOS Catalina and macOS Mojave by authorizing it on the system settings window (see here).

Please don’t hesitate to contact us should you have any further questions.

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