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10. Spring Boot Actuator

Felipe Gutierrez1 
Albuquerque, NM, USA

This chapter discusses the Spring Boot Actuator module and explains how you can use all its features to monitor your Spring Boot applications.

A common task during and after development that every developer does is to start checking out the logs. Developers check to see if the business logic works as it supposed to, or checks out the processing time of services, and so on. Even though they should have their unit, integration, and regression tests in place, they are not exempt from external failures, including the network (connections, speed, etc.), disk (space, permissions, etc.), ...

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