UNICOM’s series of series of webinars and presentation and panel discussions in Testing, Agile and DevOps comprise presentations by specialist subject experts combined with audience Q&A.
The session is approximately 45 minutes duration and in an interactive format, so that the delegates actively participate through Q&As during the session.
Please also join the post-event discussion on our Twitter party on the day.
LinkedIn group : Agile Testing & DevOps Discussion
Twitter group: ADT Discussion- UNICOM
The Twitter party: #ADTParty #ADTUnicom
Twitter handle is (@UNICOMSeminars )
LinkedIn account is www.linkedin.com/in/unicom-seminars-45136a13a
Applications, and the teams that build them, have changed. In lieu of monolithic services and complex deployments, the software industry is moving towards smaller and more composable services that can be deployed more rapidly by independent teams. This paradigm shift in development style and strategy calls for new tools and techniques to understand our software.
Distributed Tracing has found some favour as an answer to the problems posed by modern development, but what is it really? How does it work, and where did it come from?
In this session, you will learn about the history of distributed tracing, why it’s become so popular, how it can replace traditional logging methods for monitoring application state, and how you can get started using it.
By the end of this talk, you will