Running PM2 and Node.js in Production Environments

At Stream, we build a lot of showcase and example applications to show off the awesome features that our service has to offer. For nearly all of our applications, we host them on an instance – usually DigitalOcean or AWS EC2.
While maintaining your codebase and keeping it relevant is difficult, we’ve found that the most challenging aspect when it comes to maintaining an application is keeping it alive and running. Additionally, with Node.js being the core language for most of our backend APIs, scaling a single threaded process can be hard to do; that’s where PM2 comes in and why we enjoy using it so much.

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