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Practical Microservices by Umesh Ram Sharma

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Changing face of monitoring

Monitoring refer to some graphs, alarms, or stats that have to be read by a human. These alerts can be received through email or SMS, or can also be visual on a browser. After observing these alerts, one is supposed to take action. So, raising an alert is automatic, but to rectify it, you need manual intervention. Somewhat like Nagios to perhaps send an alert if something is not working as expected. This is not the case anymore in a microservice environment. With the growing number of microservices in one system, you need smart monitoring in place. If they identity a failure or malfunction in the system, the monitoring system should be smart enough to take corrective action. If they find a service down when it ...

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