Distributed Tracing with Spring Boot Jaeger - Part 3

This is going to be the final part in the Distributed Tracing series using Jaeger in a Spring Boot application. So far, we covered overview on Distributed Tracing and how we can integrate tracing using Jaeger in our Spring Boot applications. If you are coming to this post directly, I will urge you to go through the previous parts on this topic on this blog: Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 In this final part I will be wrapping up with the basic concepts that I had targeted to cover in the whole Distributed Tracing series....

Last Updated May 23, 2022 · 5 min · 941 words · Anshul Gautam

Distributed Tracing with Spring Boot Jaeger - Part 2

This is a two parts series on this article, where we have covered Distributed Tracing in a Spring Boot application using Jaeger. This is part 2 of the series. If you are coming to this article directly, I will urge you to go through the part 1 of this series here. Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 🎯 Integrating Jaeger in our Spring Boot project Let’s head over to pom....

Last Updated May 18, 2022 · 5 min · 890 words · Anshul Gautam

Distributed Tracing with Spring Boot Jaeger - Part 1

This is a two parts series where we have covered Distributed Tracing in a Spring Boot application using Jaeger. This is part 1 of the series. Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 In this article we will try to understand what is distributed tracing, and how can we implement that in our Spring Boot projects. 🎯 What is distributed tracing? Distributed tracing, also sometimes referred to as Request tracing, refers to the solution using which we can monitor requests flowing through the different applications or components in a distributed architecture....

Last Updated May 16, 2022 · 6 min · 1078 words · Anshul Gautam

Maven Helper Dependency Analyzer Plugin for IntelliJ

This is a very common problem where we come across conflicting dependencies in our maven projects. A dependency can be present as a transitive dependency across several dependencies, and can potentially cause conflict at the runtime. This problem surfaces into a bigger shape when their versions are different. An older version is an outdated version for you may be as it won’t offer latest classes bundled inside it. On the other hand it can also be a situation wherein the older version had the classes that you need but the newer major release version had those classes removed....

Last Updated May 12, 2022 · 3 min · 438 words · Anshul Gautam

Function Currying in Java

Learn about function currying in Java with a simple use case study on Sandwiches

Last Updated May 7, 2022 · 3 min · 572 words · Anshul Gautam

Circuit Breaker Pattern using Resilience4j Decorators

Learn about Resilience4j with simpler examples for retry and circuit breaker design pattern

Last Updated May 5, 2022 · 5 min · 858 words · Anshul Gautam

Circuit Breaker Pattern using Resilience4j Annotations

🎯 What is Circuit Breaker Pattern? Circuit Breaker Pattern in Software Development is a design pattern which is analogous to MCB(Miniature Circuit Breaker) switches in electricity wiring at our home. When there is flow of excessive current, the MCB switch trips and disconnects the circuit preventing electrical faults and electrical equipment failure. The Circuit Breaker Pattern says that there is a proxy present in your application via which call to the other entity is being made....

Last Updated May 1, 2022 · 7 min · 1386 words · Anshul Gautam