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A Service Mesh for Kubernetes, Part VII: Distributed tracing made easy

  • March 14, 2017

Linkerd’s role as a service mesh makes it a great source of data around system performance and runtime behavior. This is especially true in polyglot or heterogeneous environments, where instrumenting each language or framework can be quite difficult. Rather than instrumenting each of your apps directly, the…

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Making microservices more resilient with circuit breaking

  • January 13, 2017

One of the inevitabilities of moving to a microservices architecture is that you’ll start to encounter partial failures—failures of one or more instances of a service. These partial failures can quickly escalate to full-blown production outages. In this post, we’ll show how circuit breaking can be…

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Distributed Tracing for Polyglot Microservices

  • May 17, 2016

Distributed tracing is a critical tool for debugging and understanding microservices. But setting up tracing libraries across all services can be costly—especially in systems composed of services written in disparate languages and frameworks. In this post, we’ll show you how you can easily add distributed…

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