As developers, we tend to focus on building and shipping our services and apps to production, but it’s quite common that we forget to think about what happens after go-live. Once we reach production, the solution becomes someone else’s problem. But, even if we could build bug-free services, distributed systems will fail. And if we don’t design and build our services with traceability and observability in mind, we won’t give the means to the operations team to troubleshoot problems when they arise. While Azure Functions provide very rich telemetry with Application Insights; in this session we will see how to implement custom tracing and some observability practices in Azure Functions adding business related metadata, leveraging the structured logging capabilities, and going beyond the out-of-the-box features. In the session, I will demo a distributed tracing approach for Azure Functions that works well in integration solutions following the Publish-Subscribe integration pattern.
Paco is a senior cloud solution architect and developer and Azure MVP with 20 years of professional experience architecting and implementing cloud platforms, distributed applications, and cloud integration solutions. As a consultant, Paco has had the opportunity to work for many different organisations solving very interesting and complex challenges.
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