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Practical Microservices by Umesh Ram Sharma

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Monitoring and channeling from the start

Monitoring should not be noise. Sometimes, teams design so many alerts in place without giving proper thought to them. Some are important, and the rest are just noise. Developers start ignoring the noise, and in between, they miss the important alerts as well. So, think about monitoring from the beginning. Create only those alerts that matter. Put justified effort into planning the alerts on every service. Developers should be involved in it (as per the previous point). Also, the channel is important. Something such as emails are very old, and people mostly create filters (if a platform is too noisy). Rather than that, there should be a messaging channel such as slack or so on. Going one step ahead, ...

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