You've learned about Temporal, checked out our samples, written a few Workflows, and now you're ready to productionize. In this article, we outline some techniques you can employ to ensure that your Workflows are ready for the future.
There are many ways to run a Temporal Cluster on your own. However, the right way for you depends entirely on your use case and where you plan to run it. This article aims to maintain a comprehensive list of all the ways we know of.
The Temporal Cluster and SDKs emit metrics that can be used to monitor performance and troubleshoot issues. To collect and aggregate these metrics, you can use one of the following tools:
After you enable your monitoring tool, you can relay these metrics to any monitoring and observability platform.
This page highlights the key differences between Cadence and Temporal that you will need to account for when migrating.