Manual Instrumentation with Splunk APM (IASAPM)

Course code: IASAPM

This single subject course targeted to developers enables you to manually instrument your applications to send traces to Splunk APM. Through in-person discussions and hands-on activities, learn to manually instrument applications to create spans and add metadata to spans. This course assumes familiarity with navigating Splunk APM which is covered in the course Using Splunk Application Performance Monitoring.

This lab-oriented class is designed to help you learn the fundamentals of instrumenting your code to send in traces and trace metadata. All hands-on labs are in Python and Java.

535 EUR

647 EUR including VAT

The earliest date from 13.06.2024

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Starting date: 13.06.2024

Type: Virtual

Course duration: 1 day

Language: en

Price without VAT: 535 EUR

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Course description

  • Instrumentation Overview
  • Manually Instrument Applications to Send Traces
  • Add Metadata to Your Traces
  • Instrumentation Interoperability

Target group

  • Developers
  • DevOps

Course structure

Topic 1 – Instrumentation Overview

  • Describe what instrumentation is
  • Describe what traces and spans are

Topic 2 – Manually Instrument Applications to Send Traces

  • Describe instrumentation options
  • Manually create spans
  • Add span tags

Topic 3 – Instrumentation Interoperability

  • Describe interoperability
  • Enable interoperability between applications

Prerequisites

Required:

  • Using Splunk Application Performance Monitoring
  • Familiarity with using the command line terminal

Strongly recommended:

  • Basic knowledge of programming languages (e.g. Python, Java)

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