Terminal, a plug-and-play developer platform for web3 and blockchain applications, has released its new decentralized application (DApp) monitoring and management product.
With Terminal’s new monitoring platform, developers are provided a mission control panel for their applications. The console provides everything needed to properly manage and monitor infrastructure, application, Web3 integrations, contracts, transactions, users and more.
The design enables users to track activity specific to their DApp rather than just rely on block explorers and contract data. This helps provide more information and knowledge of exactly what’s going on.
“We address the current challenges with monitoring a DApp by taking a web3 provider-centric monitoring approach rather than an on-chain data and contract-based approach. What this means is we capture data at the application level across all the infrastructure sources, wallet providers, and other web3 integrations your DApp uses. We then aggregate all the data, decode it into a human-readable format, and surface it in a number of different views to give you everything you need to monitor your DApp and view DApp specific activity, transactions, users, logs, etc.”
– The Terminal Team
Terminal DApp Monitoring Platform Features
A few of the main features and benefits included in the initial release of Terminals DApp Monitoring Platform (which is now live) include:
- Dapp Specific Activity – Developers can track activity, transactions, users, volume, and more specific to their application rather than looking at aggregated contract data on a block explorer.
- Analytics & Insights – View aggregated analytics across all DApps, web3 integrations, and application activity (transactions, users, tx fees, etc.). This enables developers to examine specific sources/activities to gain better insights into their applications.
- Detailed Logs – Surface logs from all the infrastructure sources, wallet providers, smart contracts, and on-chain events specific to an application in a unified interface. See transaction details in-line with calls to monitor and debug in real-time.
- Notifications & Alerts – Set up custom alerts and real-time notifications based on logs and transactions specific to your DApp.
Currently, Terminal features 15+ integrations including Portis Wallet, Pocket Provider, QuickNode, and others. The Terminal team will be continuously seeking out and adding new integration sources (infrastructure providers, wallet providers, networks, scaling solutions, etc.) as time goes on.