Tracing performance of your service calls with some help of Sleuth, Zipkin & ELK
With great distribution comes also great responsibility. The usage of multiple (micro-)services increases the risk of losing the overview of traceability of errors and lagging performance. With the help of Sleuth and Zipkin, we have some helpful instrumentation tools which can provide a helping hand in tracing down slow performance issues. In this session, we will explore how we can setup Sleuth into your Spring Boot services and use it into your logging monitoring to add some extra overview in your services. Next, we will use Zipkin to find the culprit which is slowing down our services.
Rafaëla is a software engineer at Luminis in Amsterdam and driven to solve problems with creative solutions. She is very involved in the development of backend systems in Java with Spring. This is including the surrounded technologies needed to test and monitor the produced applications. In her spare time, she also likes to keep up-to-date with frontend technologies such as Vue.js, Angular and React.