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Distributed tracing can be used to correlate business activity across multiple components and also for latency analysis: blaming components for causing user perceptible delay. In today's world of microservices, this can be tricky as requests can fan out across components and data-centers. During this session you will discover how to set up and use Spring Sleuth and how to feed trace data into a variety of backend systems analysis, including ELK and Zipkin. You'll learn how the tracing model works, and how to safely use it in production systems.
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Distributed tracing with Zipkin and Spring
Founder and contributor to Spring Batch, lead of Spring Security OAuth, and an active contributor to Spring Cloud, Spring Boot, Spring Integration, Spring Framework, Spring AMQP, Spring Security. Experienced, delivery-focused architect and development manager. Has designed and built successful enterprise software solutions using Spring, and implemented them in major institutions worldwide.