Laravel Pulse is a health and performance monitoring tool for your Laravel applications
Last updated on by Eric L. Barnes
Laravel Pulse delivers at-a-glance insights into your application's performance and usage. Track down bottlenecks like slow jobs and endpoints, find your most active users, and more. It's free, open source, and ready for extension.
Laravel Pulse features include:
Uncover the users who make the most requests, engage with the slowest endpoints, and dispatch the most jobs throughout your Laravel applications.
Monitor your server's CPU, memory, and disk usage. Running multiple servers? No sweat. Pulse can monitor all your servers in the one place.
Take the guesswork out of optimizing your queue workers. See real-time and historical stats for how may jobs are pending, how many failed, and how many processed successfully.
See a high-level overview of your applications performance bottlenecks. View the slowest endpoints, queries, jobs, and outgoing requests that are impacting users.
Get an overview of the exceptions happening in your application. Having your exceptions side-by-side with your application's complete health overview helps you find anomalies across your whole stack.
Craft custom cards for yourself or create shareable cards for the Laravel community. You can even customize the layout of the Pulse dashboard.
Laravel Pulse is a composer package written in Livewire and you have full control over customizing the dashboard.
- Recorders - Pulse has individual "recorders" that record the application usage, and you can build custom recorders.
- Slow routes - Pulse can show you the application usage grouped by individual users and show particularly slow routes.
- Track cache usage and hit rates - You can easily group cache keys by configuring regular expression patterns based on your cache key naming
- Install Laravel Pulse as a Composer package - Laravel Pulse is a self-hosted composer package for Laravel
- Monitor a single application, running on multiple servers - Pulse is designed to monitor one application, but Pulse can run on multiple servers so you can monitor all of your servers in a load-balanced application. Forge is already using Pulse to handle millions of requests without sampling.
- Light and Dark themes
Laravel Pulse Release Date
So far, it's hinted it will be officially released next week.
As more details are announced, we will be updating this post.