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Node alone doesn’t guarantee flawless code execution with stellar performance and finding problems in distributed systems is hard.
Tracing gives you both visibility into distributed code execution and the data you need to optimize performance and remove flaws in your code.
During the workshop Daniel will explore:
the key performance metrics and how to collect them from Node.js.
challenges of asynchronous tracing and content propagation.
the different Open Source approaches and their use cases.
Using an end-to-end example, together with Daniel you will build all of this hands-on.
You should have a recent version of Node.js and npm installed on your machine.
You should have a Git shell client installed on your machine.
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Workshop: Tracing Node. The Open Source Edition
Daniel has over 17 years of experience working in development. As Lead Technology Strategist, Daniel is driving the support for Node.js Diagnostics, Serverless, CNCF projects like Kubernetes and OpenTracing at Dynatrace.