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Contextual Logging in Event-Driven Java Services

Moving away from thread-based context

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Microservices tend to do one thing and are dependent on other microservices for help in performing a complete transaction. As the action ping-pongs through the services, it helps to have a trace ID so you can tell who’s making the requests. That way you can follow through the complete transaction even though it may…

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Randal Kamradt Sr

Randal Kamradt Sr

Java software engineer for Coinme Inc. Artist and musician. https://rkamradt.github.io/

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