This section provides a brief overview of Spring Cloud Sleuth reference documentation. It serves as a map for the rest of the document.
1. About the Documentation
The Spring Cloud Sleuth reference guide is available as
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2. Getting Help
If you have trouble with Spring Cloud Sleuth, we would like to help.
Try the How-to documents. They provide solutions to the most common questions.
Learn the Spring Cloud Sleuth basics. If you are starting out with Spring Cloud Sleuth, try one of the guides.
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Report bugs with Spring Cloud Sleuth at github.com/spring-cloud/spring-cloud-sleuth/issues.
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3. First Steps
If you are getting started with Spring Cloud Sleuth or 'Spring' in general, start with the following topics:
4. Working with Spring Cloud Sleuth
Ready to actually start using Spring Cloud Sleuth? We have you covered:
5. Learning about Spring Cloud Sleuth Features
Need more details about Spring Cloud Sleuth’s core features? The following content is for you:
Core Features: Context Propagation | Sampling Baggage
Tracer Features: OpenZipkin Brave
6. Integrations Topics
Finally, we have topics related to instrumentation integrations:
Integrations: Apache Kafka | Asynchronous Communication | HTTP Client Integration | HTTP Server Integration | Messaging | OpenFeign | OpenTracing | Reactor | Redis | RPC | gRPC | Dubbo | Runnable and Callable | RxJava | Spring Cloud CircuitBreaker | Quartz