As you’ve seen throughout this book, embracing a microservices architecture will mean that your production environment has a large number of deployable units, which you will be ultimately responsible for making sure are functioning as expected, based on your requirements. As with any type of software, you will want to know when issues are happening, ideally before they start to affect your company’s business metrics, such as user visits, signups, or sales. In some cases, it could take hours—or ...
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13. Monitoring Your Services
Cloves CarneiroJr.1 and Tim Schmelmer2
(1)Hollywood, Florida, USA
(2)Broomfield, Colorado, USA