Cloud native Malay food, tracing in Java, and databases (Ep. 105)

June 25, 2018 Michael Coté

During a discussion of South East Asian good, Coté & Josh Long manager to talk about Josh's book, Cloud Native Java (co-written by Kenny Bastani). They go over some of the less well discussed sections, like instrumentation and monitoring applications. In doing so, they discuss opentracing, Zipkin, Sleuth, and how developers should both code and use for better tracing. There's some nuanced detail on monitoring versus tracing as well.

Also, we discuss how relational databases are traditional tacos, while all these new data stores are fusion tacos.

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Michael Coté

Coté works in technical marketing for Pivotal Cloud Foundry®. See @cote for more.

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