Tag: Logging

Building an Observation Deck

A distributed system is one in which the failure of a computer you didn’t even know existed can render your own computer unusable. – Leslie Lamport, 1987 While those prescient words were uttered in 1987, it remains the case in...

Response Time Observability with the Java SDK

Previous blogs gave a better understanding on how our approach to Real Time Observability (RTO) in general helps troubleshooting distributed systems and why we chose OpenTracing as a foundation and public API. If you haven’t already, you can check out...

/ April 9, 2018

How OpenTracing became important

We have previously discussed why system observability is important in distributed systems and the challenges that it can help to overcome – if you missed it, you can see Matt Ingenthron’s introduction to the problem here. Next, we will discuss why...

Couchbase Server 5.5: Log Redaction

With security already a hot topic in the data space, the Couchbase Server 5.5 release introduces a new feature – “Log Redaction”. Logs are an important part of every platform.  Logs are used for multiple purposes ranging from security, to monitoring,...

/ March 13, 2018
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Logging with Log4Net and Common Logging

Logging with Common.Logging, log4net, and the Couchbase .NET SDK is demonstrated in this video. The source code for the logging example used in this video is available on Github. [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pi-X8dhaIaQ&w=560&h=315] For more information about logging, check out the logging...

Logging with the Couchbase Java Client

[This blog was syndicated from http://nitschinger.at/] Introduction There is a huge variety in logging frameworks for Java, and its hard to please everyone. To understand how logging is currently handled in the SDK, we have to go back a few...

/ December 18, 2014

Couchbase .NET SDK 2.0 Development Series: Logging

*Note: source can be found here. While perhaps one of the more drab features of an SDK, logging and instrumentation is probably one of the most valuable in terms of finding and isolating issues and ensuring that your application is...