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Practical Microservices by Umesh Ram Sharma

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Relation between logs and different components

As, in microservices, there are many components each can be running on the same or different instance. As we have mentioned earlier, also, there is no good view for over ll picture of logs in microservices Architecture. So it is difficult to understand what is happening to any particular request. If something goes wrong, someone has to be debug, and it is not necessary that the same person needs to have knowledge of all technology used in platform and also have knowledge of what all microservices are doing. The only thing they can come to is check the logs and make sense of them to get the overall picture of what is happening in the flow. Then, they encounter another problem. Even if they have ...

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