Reduce Complexity with Distributing Tracing


Duration: 50 mins
Sherwood Zern
Consulting Solution Architect, Oracle Corporation

Complex distributed systems can be well . . . complex. The benefits of microservices and Functions outweigh that complexity. Complex distributed systems can be challenging to build correctly and building cloud-native applications does not change this. These cloud-native applications will usually add more layers as microservices and Functions become more popular. However, the benefits of microservices and Functions outweigh the complexity. But, the debugging of outages can feel like solving a murder mystery. It doesn’t have to be that way. Using distributed tracing with your applications helps the developer and DEVOPS identify latency, root cause, critical paths, and service dependency. By attending this session, the attendee will learn how to use distributed tracing to improve their applications and reduce outage times.

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