Monitoring and Observability in Cloud-Native ASP.NET Core apps

Monitoring and Observability in Cloud-Native ASP.NET Core apps

Monitoring and Observability in Cloud-Native ASP.NET Core apps. Learn how to add monitoring and observability to your ASP.NET Core apps to handle the challenges of distributed microservice architecture.

Distributed applications are complex and bring in their own set of challenges for developers to debug and fix production issues. Though the microservices architecture helps maintain a smaller team that works autonomously and focuses on separate business domains, it introduces newer challenges due to its distributed nature. For example, in case of an issue during a business transaction, the request needs to be traced end-to-end, which may span across multiple services and infrastructure. Some of the challenges include:

  • Managing known and unknown failures
  • Failures are also distributed
  • Legacy monitoring systems will not work

This is where monitoring and observability come into the picture. While monitoring records the overall health of an application while observability helps you dig deeper with contextual data. During the entire month of March, we focused on bringing you newer content around Microservices. On the .NET show, Cecil and I talked in-depth about the Observability and Monitoring in a Cloud-Native app.

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