24 — Health Endpoint Monitoring Pattern (Monitor your service and its dependencies!)

24 — Health Endpoint Monitoring Pattern

This post was originally published on Fri, Jan 29, 2021 at cloudwithchris.com.

Have you ever seen one of those status pages that returns healthy when all is good, but unhealthy when there is a problem with even one dependent service? Probably on a cloud service health dashboard? Well tune in to this episode as we talk about the Health Endpoint Monitoring Pattern and how you can design a health check to achieve the same for your own cloud deployment!

24 — Health Endpoint Monitoring Pattern (Monitor YOUR service and its dependencies!)

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