Troubleshooting RabbitMQ and Microservices That Use It — Michael Klishin


Designing a system in terms of [micro] services is hype du jour but it’s not without trade-offs. Debugging a distributed system can be challenging. In this talk we will cover how one can troubleshoot a distributed service-oriented system, focusing on Java, Spring, and RabbitMQ.

Key points of the talk:

Multi-service system stability depends on how applications are designed as much as middleware
Multi-service systems are harder to debug
Several known tools and techniques exist to help: the audience will learn about them
Some problems are well understood and have known solutions: we will cover a few
Some tools in this spaces are underdeveloped or lacking
“”Structured platforms”” help with troubleshooting and visibility, and affect how applications can/should be developed

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