Why Transaction Tracing is Critical for Monitoring Microservices

By Andre Newman in loggly

January 22, 2020

Teams switching from a monolithic application architecture to microservices often face a jarring realization: their time-tested troubleshooting techniques don’t work as effectively. A microservice consists of many independent, distributed, and ephemeral services with varying capabilities for monitoring and logging[](https://www.loggly.com/solution/logging-tool/). Techniques such as stack traces are effective troubleshooting tools in monoliths, but only paint a small portion of the big picture in a microservice-based application.

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Monolith to Microservices: Is Your Organization Ready?

By Chris Maki in rollbar

January 14, 2020

Transitioning from a Monolith to a Microservices architecture can take years to complete. The internet is full of stories of companies famously making this transformation. But how do you know if it’s right for your organization? Is your organization ready?

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