Distributed system testing is complicated. In this blog post, you’ll learn how to create tests to validate complex user processes that require multiple API endpoints to be called in a particular sequence.
Want to run trace-based tests with Elastic APM? Today is your lucky day. We're happy to announce that Tracetest now integrates with Elastic Observability APM.
By using modern observability techniques, namely distributed traces, tests can be created to verify the entire system flow based on what actually occurred.
Today, we're happily announcing that Tracetest now works with Lightstep, the cloud-native reliability platform.
By the end of this in-depth, hands-on, tutorial you’ll learn observability-driven development, how to develop microservices with Go, and how to run trace-based tests with Tracetest.
We’re entering a new era of observability-driven development (ODD), which emphasizes using instrumentation in back-end code as assertions in tests. With Tracetest, you can generate E2E tests from OpenTelemetry-based traces, enforce quality—and encourage velocity—in even the most complex apps.
Tracetest v0.9 is here. Tune in to check out how we revamped the configuration flow. You can now hook up trace data stores from the Web UI! Read more below.
In-depth tutorial on how to configure OpenTelemetry instrumentation on AWS Lambda by using OpenSearch and Tracetest.