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Trace Quality Metrics #367

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yurishkuro opened this issue Sep 1, 2017 · 6 comments
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Trace Quality Metrics #367

yurishkuro opened this issue Sep 1, 2017 · 6 comments
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@yurishkuro
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@yurishkuro yurishkuro commented Sep 1, 2017

When deploying a distributed tracing solution like Jaeger in large organizations, especially those whose architectures are composed of many different technologies, there are always questions about how much of the architecture is actually integrated with tracing, what is the quality of the instrumentation, are there microservices that are using stale versions of instrumentation libraries, etc.

Trace Quality engine runs analysis on all traces collected in the backend, inspects then for known completeness and quality problems, and provides summary reports to service owners with suggestions on improving the quality metrics and links to sample traces that exhibit the issues.

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@jordo1138 jordo1138 commented May 11, 2018

any idea if it's on the radar for 2018? Thanks

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@jpkrohling jpkrohling commented May 11, 2018

I think this might depend on the data pipeline feature (#414).

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@vvvprabhakar vvvprabhakar commented Jun 29, 2020

Is it available now ? in 1.18.1?

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@pavolloffay pavolloffay commented Jun 29, 2020

It has been open-sourced in https://github.com/jaegertracing/jaeger-analytics-flink. However the codebase is not OSS friendly nad it might be difficult to build and deploy.

There is also a new module https://github.com/jaegertracing/jaeger-analytics-java#trace-quality-metrics. It depends only on p8s and grafana. However it's not that advanced as the original app.

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@jkowall jkowall commented Jan 26, 2021

@yurishkuro You can close this out I believe.

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@yurishkuro yurishkuro commented Jan 26, 2021

Well, the code is not in a usable state yet. Closing means we're not going to do it imo.

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