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 RPC 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 and sends gRPC-formatted requests and responses. It uses the Trace message functionality to describe the duration of a single application and the Spans functionality to describe the duration of each sub-operation.
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