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Practical Microservices by Umesh Ram Sharma

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Monitoring

With such a large system broken into pieces and with work distributed, it is very hard to keep eye on each piece to check whether it is working properly. The first step would be to bring the whole monitoring system to a centralized place. No matter how many components you have running separately, you should bring logging and monitoring to a centralized place to debug better and faster.

The next step would be reactive monitoring or synthetic monitoring. This type of monitoring should be done inside the microservice and among microservices. If one of the microservices went down or some service stopped talking to databases, or one service is facing an issue with disk space and so on, it is very important for us to know it before our ...

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