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programming and writing about it about articles books personal projects introducing distributed tracing in your python application via zipkin published: tue 28 march 2017 by amit saha in python. distributed tracing is the idea of tracing a network request as it travels through your services, as it would be in a microservices based architecture. the primary reason you may want to do is to troubleshoot or monitor the latency of a request as it travels through the different services. in this post we will see a demo of how we can introduce distributed tracing into a python network stack communicating via http. we have a service demo which is a flask application, which listens on /. the handler for / calls another service service1 via http. we want to be able to see how much time a request spends in each service by introducing distributed tracing. before we get to the code, let's talk briefly about a few concepts. distributed tracing concepts roughly, a call to an "external service" starts a span. we can have a span nested within another span in a tree like fashion. all the spans in the context of a single request would form a trace. something like the following would perhaps explain it better in the context of our demo and service network application stack: <-------------------- trace ------------------------------------ > start root span start a nested span external request -> demo http app ---> service 1 http app ---> process the span that is started from the service1 is designated as a child of the root span which was started from the demo application. in the context of python, we can think of a span as a context manager and one context manager living within another context manager. and all these "contexts" together forming a trace. from the above it is somewhat clear (or not) that, the start of each span initiates a "timer" which then on the request's way back (or end of the span) is used to calculate the time the span lasted for. so, we need to have some thing (or things) which has to: emit these data recieve these data allow us to collate them together and make it available to us for each trace or request. this brings us to our next section. zipkin zipkin is a distributed tracing system which gives us the last two of the above requirements. how we emit these data from our application (the first point above) is dependent on the language we have written the application in and the distributed tracing system we chose for the last two requirements. in our case, py_zipkin solves our problem. first, we will start zipkin with elasticsearch as the backend as docker containers. so, you need to have docker installed. to get the data in elasticsearch persisted, we will first create a data container as follows: $ docker create --name esdata openzipkin/zipkin-elasticsearch then, download my code from here and: $ wget .. $ unzip .. $ cd tracing/http_collector $ ./start_zipkin.sh .. .. zipkin | 2017-03-28 03:48:00.936 info 9 --- [ main] zipkin.server.zipkinserver started zipkinserver in 7.36 seconds (jvm running for 8.595) if you now go to http://localhost:9411/ in your browser, you will see the zipkin web ui. creating traces now, let's install the two libraries we need from the requirements.txt via pip install -r requirements.txt. let's now start our two services, first the "external" facing demo service: $ python demo.py * running on http://127.0.0.1:5000/ (press ctrl+c to quit) * restarting with stat * debugger is active! * debugger pin code: 961-605-579 then, the "internal" service 1: $ python service1.py * running on http://127.0.0.1:6000/ (press ctrl+c to quit) * restarting with stat * debugger is active! * debugger pin code: 961-605-579 now, let's make couple of requests to the demo service using $ curl localhost:5000 twice. if we go back to the zipkin web ui and click on "find traces", we will see something like this: if we click on one of the traces, we will see something like this: as we can see four spans were created (two spans in each service) with the 2nd, 3rd and 4th spans nested inside the first span. the time reported to be spent in each span will become clear next. application code let's look at the demo.py file first: @zipkin_span(service_name='webapp', span_name='do_stuff') def do_stuff(): time.sleep(5) headers = create_http_headers_for_new_span() requests.get('http://localhost:6000/service1/', headers=headers) return 'ok' @app.route('/') def index(): with zipkin_span( service_name='webapp', span_name='index', transport_handler=http_transport, port=5000, sample_rate=100, #0.05, # value between 0.0 and 100.0 ): do_stuff() time.sleep(10) return 'ok', 200 we create the first span inside the / handler function index() via the zipkin_span() context manager. we specify the sample_rate=100 meaning it will trace every request (only for demo). the transport_handler specifies "how" the emitted traces are transported to the zipkin "collector". here we use the http_transport provided as example by the py_zipkin project. this handler function calls the do_stuff() function where we create another span, but since it is in the same service, we specify the same service_name and decorate it with the zipkin_span decorator. we have an artificial time delay of 5s before we make a http call to the service1 service. since we want to continue the current span, we pass in the span data as http headers. these headers are created via the helper function, create_http_headers_for_new_span() provided via py_zipkin. let's look at the service1.py file next: @zipkin_span(service_name='service1', span_name='service1_do_stuff') def do_stuff(): time.sleep(5) return 'ok' @app.route('/service1/') def index(): with zipkin_span( service_name='service1', zipkin_attrs=zipkinattrs( trace_id=request.headers['x-b3-traceid'], span_id=request.headers['x-b3-spanid'], parent_span_id=request.headers['x-b3-parentspanid'], flags=request.headers['x-b3-flags'], is_sampled=request.headers['x-b3-sampled'], ), span_name='index_service1', transport_handler=http_transport, port=6000, sample_rate=100, #0.05, # value between 0.0 and 100.0 ): do_stuff() return 'ok', 200 this is almost the same as our demo service above, but note how we set the zipkin_attrs by making using of the headers we were passed from the demo service aboev. this makes sure that the span of service1 is nested within the span of demo. note once again, how we introduce artificial delays here once again to make the trace show the time spent in each service more clearly. ending notes hopefully this post has given you a starting point of how you may go about implement distributed tracing. the following links has more: zipkin opentracing other articles notes on using golang to write gitbackup published: sun 26 march 2017 by amit saha in golang. gitbackup is a tool to backup your git repositories from github and gitlab. i wrote the initial version as a project for a golang article which is in review for publication in a linux magazine. it supports github enterprise installations and custom gitlab installations in addition to repositories on github … read more queuelogger and python json logger published: wed 01 march 2017 by amit saha in python. using queuelogger with python json logger when logging from multiple processes (via multiprocessing module), using queuehandler is one approach with python 2. queuehandler however sets exc_info attribute of a logrecord to none since it is not "pickleable" (more on this later). this becomes a problem when you use python-json-logger to … read more setup golang 1.8 and gb on fedora (and other linux distributions) published: wed 01 march 2017 by amit saha in golang. this guide will be how i usually setup and get started with go development environment on linux. by the end of this document, we will have seen how to: install the go 1.8 compiler and other tools (gofmt, for eaxmple), collectively referred to as go tools install gb and … read more setup golang on fedora 24 (and other linux distributions) published: thu 23 june 2016 by amit saha in golang. this guide will be how i usually setup and get started with go development environment on linux. by the end of this document, we will have seen how to: install the go compiler and other tools (gofmt, for eaxmple), collectively referred to as go tools setup go workspace working with … read more presentation slides with jupyter notebook published: tue 31 may 2016 by amit saha in python. i presented at the pycon 2016 education summit on "doing math with python" day before yesterday and a lightning talk yesterday. this is the first time, i prepared a slide deck using jupyter notebook + reveal.js. i was pleased with the content creation process and the end result. so, here … read more new article: write a program to tee output using rust published: wed 04 may 2016 by amit saha in rust. my article "write a program to tee output using rust" is out in linux voice (issue 27). when i first set out to learning rust, i really liked how the rust programming language book took the approach of introducing the language via small projects. in a recent "new rustacean" bonus … read more runc and libcontainer on fedora 23/24 published: wed 27 april 2016 by amit saha in golang. in this post, i will post my notes on how i got runc and then using libcontainer on fedora. the first step is to install golang: $ sudo dnf -y install golang $ go version go version go1.6 linux/amd64 we will set gopath=~/golang/ and then do the following: $ mkdir … read more webucator video: python classes - basics beyond the absolute basics published: sun 17 april 2016 by amit saha in python. webucator recently created a video based on my python classes: basics beyond the absolute basics article. you can see the video on youtube or here below: i think they really did a great job with it and supplements my article well. read more new article: write an image cropping program with go published: sun 17 april 2016 by amit saha in golang. my article "write an image cropping with go" is out in linux voice (issue 26). it is my first article to be published in linux voice and i am very excited about it. it is challenging to write an introductory article without being able to explain everything the reader needs … read more page 1 / 3 » social atom feed proudly powered by pelican, which takes great advantage of python. the theme is by smashing magazine, thanks!


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