The Google Cloud Stackdriver platform allows users to log, monitor, trace, report errors, and diagnose operations when running Google Cloud Platform (GCP) or Amazon Web Services (AWS) applications. The Google Stackdriver Trace REST API finds, collects and analyzes latency data associated with the deployment of the App Engine applications. This API displays latency data in the GCP Console, sends requests in JSON format, and returns responses in JSON format as well. The RESTful Trace resource of the API describes the duration of a single application, while its Spans functionality describes the duration of each sub-operation.
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The Google Cloud Stackdriver Trace NodeJS SDK allows developers to construct applications that implement tracing concepts. The SDK communicates with the Google Stackdriver Trace API. Its deployment requires the onwards of NodeJS version 0.12.
The Google Cloud Stackdriver Trace Java SDK allows developers to construct applications that implement tracing concepts. The SDK communicates with the Google Stackdriver Trace API to determine the duration of trace Spans and annotate the Spans as well. A developer can add the library to a maven project or create a client-side clone of the project using resources provided in the project’s documentation.