App Runner X-Ray: Now Stream All Request Traces to AWS X-Ray

Detecting AWS App Runner Service Using AWS X-Ray with OpenTelemetry


App Runner X-Ray: Now Stream All Request Traces to AWS X-Ray


Today we are excited to announce that AWS App Runner now supports streaming all request traces of applications running on App Runner to AWS X-Ray, Amazon’s distributed tracing service. We are working on making X-ray built-in to App Runner and also plan to support additional tools such as Open Telemetry in the future. Currently, we already have the feature developed and expect it to be available in late March 2019.

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Why should you care?


AWS App Runner now supports streaming all request traces from AWS X-Ray to applications running on App Runner. This means that you can now use the AWS X-Ray console to view, filter, and analyze traces for your App Runner applications. This can be helpful for performance tuning and debugging purposes. Plus, the AWS X-Ray documentation has been updated with information on how to set up and use this feature. And, last but not least, AWS X-Ray pricing has been updated to reflect the new streaming feature.


How do I use it?


AWS X-Ray is a monitoring service for cloud applications that makes it easy to trace requests as they travel through your application. With App Runner, you can now stream all request traces of your applications running on App Runner to AWS X-Ray. This will help you identify and debug performance issues in your application. To use this feature, simply enable it on the App Runner settings page. There is no additional charge for using this feature. For more information, please see the AWS X-Ray documentation.


Can I use it with other runtimes?


Yes! You can use App Runner with any runtime that is compatible with the AWS Lambda platform. In addition, you can now stream all request traces of your applications running on App Runner to AWS X-Ray. This will help you identify and debug errors more quickly and easily. Plus, it's built-in to App Runner so there's no need to set it up separately.


What’s missing from this preview release?


The ability to stream all request traces of your applications running on App Runner to AWS X-Ray is not yet available. However, you can use the Open telemetry implementation to help with portability. Plus, consider using the AWS X-Ray pricing when you sign up for the preview release.


Why did we build it?


We built App Runner X-Ray so that you can stream all request traces of your applications running on App Runner to AWS X-Ray. This will help you debug and troubleshoot your applications more effectively. Additionally, we are working on making X-ray built-in to App Runner so that you don't have to set it up yourself. Finally, consider using the Open telemetry implementation to help in portability.


View trace data in X-Ray


You can now view trace data for all requests made to your application running on App Runner in AWS X-Ray. This data includes information about the request, response, and any errors that occurred. Using X-Ray, you can troubleshoot issues with your application more quickly and easily. Plus, with the Open telemetry implementation, you can port your application to other platforms more easily.


Create and configure your App Runner service


You can now create and configure your App Runner service to stream all request traces of your applications running on App Runner to AWS X-Ray. This will help you debug and troubleshoot your applications more effectively. To get started, simply create a new App Runner service and select the Enable tracing option.



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