Application - Trace

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A trace is a tree of log that is aimed to follow a request inside one or more system.

They provide end-to-end visibility into requests, giving you a user-centric view of performance and exposing opportunities for optimization.


The structure of a tree node in a trace is:

  • timestamp
  • request id
  • system id
  • message (textual)

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