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Distributed tracing with OpenTelemetry — Part 1

Understanding OpenTelemetry and distributed tracing

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Running distributed systems in production is not an easy task. Access is limited, therefore issues are hard to track down and understand as well as to reproduce in other environments. No other environment is like production, no matter how similar it may seem. Usually you rely on different pieces…

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Ricardo Linck

Ricardo Linck

Software Engineer. Distributed systems lover, golang and .net enthusiast. Curious by nature. https://github.com/ricardolinck

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