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Instrumenting your Application with AWS X-Ray

2021-05-06T11:11:54+00:00

Bookmarks Instrumenting your Node.js application Instrumenting your Java application Instrumenting your C# .Net application Instrumenting your Python application Instrumenting your Go application Instrumenting your Node.js application The AWS X-Ray SDK for Node.js provides middleware that you can use to instrument incoming HTTP requests. You need to add the SDK to your application’s dependencies, usually via package.json. Initialize the SDK client and add it to your application prior to declaring routes. var AWSXRay = require('aws-xray-sdk'); AWSXRay.setDaemonAddress('host:port'); app.use(AWSXRay.express.openSegment('MyApp'));       3. Lastly, use the SDK exceptions after declaring routes. app.get('/', function (req, res) [...]

Instrumenting your Application with AWS X-Ray2021-05-06T11:11:54+00:00

AWS X-Ray

2021-05-06T10:27:00+00:00

Bookmarks Concepts Features How X-Ray Works Pricing AWS X-Ray-related Cheat Sheets Validate Your Knowledge AWS X-Ray analyzes and debugs production, distributed applications, such as those built using a microservices architecture. With X-Ray, you can identify performance bottlenecks, edge case errors, and other hard to detect issues. Concepts A segment provides the name of the compute resources running your application logic, details about the request sent by your application, and details about the work done. A segment can break down the data about the work done into subsegments. A subsegment can contain [...]

AWS X-Ray2021-05-06T10:27:00+00:00

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