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DOP327-R - [REPEAT] Monitoring and observability of serverless apps using AWS X-Ray

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Monitoring and observability are essential parts of DevOps best practices. You need monitoring to debug and trace unhandled errors, performance bottlenecks, and customer impact in the distributed nature of a microservices architecture. In this chalk talk, we show you how to integrate the AWS X-Ray SDK to your code to provide observability to your overall application and drill down to each service component. We discuss how X-Ray can be used to analyze, identify, and alert on performance issues and errors and how it can help you troubleshoot application issues faster.

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DevOps
300 - Advanced
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