Recently, we had the opportunity to speak with Adnan Rahić, a professional in the field, about the critical importance of observability in navigating the complexities of microservices.
Let’s explore some of the exciting trends we've witnessed and consider the evolving landscape of observability as we anticipate what 2024 has in store.
A look at how SigNoz distributed tracing can help when testing distributed systems with Tracetest.
A look at how distributed tracing can help when testing systems before production.
Check out the Tracetest integration with Honeycomb that allows you to build end-to-end and integration tests, powered by your existing distributed traces!
Learn how to run Tracetest tests with Tekton. You can now run end-to-end and integration tests, powered by your existing distributed traces, in Kubernetes with Tekton.
How trace-based tests were added to the OpenTelemetry Demo, the challenges faced while building it, the outcomes, and how it can help the OTel community test the demo & add features with confidence.
Trace-based testing overcomes the limits of black box testing by leveraging work already invested in observability of your system via distributed tracing.
This blog post documents our findings and provides step-by-step instructions to set up a local observability environment and inspect traces on its API, node agent, and container runtime.
Troubleshooting tools have evolved, but what about performance testing? Are the same black-box testing methods from the late 2000s still being used? Is this adequate for today’s decomposed services?
By using modern observability techniques, namely distributed traces, tests can be created to verify the entire system flow based on what actually occurred.
Site reliability engineers are concerned about monitoring, not testing. Right?
How Tracetest contributed to the OpenTelemetry Project by rewriting the older Go-based store front in Next.js. Discusses the technology choices & details of instrumenting the app.