Monitoring Your Custom Asset Compute Worker with Log Forwarding - S508

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Your team just built a Custom Asset Compute Worker to add watermarks to your assets in Adobe Experience Manager. It’s running well in production, but you notice that at times it didn’t produce the correct output. How do you debug that? How can you better monitor the health of your custom application? Join us to learn about Log Forwarding in any App Builder application, including Custom Asset Compute Workers.

In this session:

  • Learn about the benefits of forwarding your App Builder application logs
  • A demo of Log Forwarding in action
  • Getting started with Log Forwarding for App Builder applications

Track: Developer Ecosystem

Session Type: Session

Technical Level: Intermediate

Presentation Style: Tips & Tricks

Audience Type: Developer, Digital Analyst, IT Architect, IT Executive, Data Scientist, Web Analyst, Web Designer

Business Type: B2B, B2C

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