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Course

This procedure is a part of course that teaches you how to build a quickstart. If you haven't already, checkout the course introduction.

Before you build a quickstart, you need to spin up your demo services.

Spin up demo services

Clone the lab repository from GitHub:

bash
$
git clone https://github.com/newrelic-experimental/build-a-quickstart-lab.git

Change to the demo directory, called flashDB.

bash
$
cd build-a-quickstart-lab/flashDB

This directory contains code for two important services:

  • A python program that mimics the database and also provides functions for create, read, update, and delete (CRUD) operations.
  • A simulator service that generates dummy database traffic so you don't have to manually perform CRUD operations

Execute the following command to run your services:

python simulator.py

Here, you run the simulator that generates mock traffic against your database. Once the simulator is up and running, you see the following output in your terminal:

bash
$
python simulator.py
Writing...
try_send
Writing...
try_send
Reading...
try_send
Reading...
try_send
Writing...
try_send
Writing...
try_send
Reading...

Next, you use newrelic_telemetry_sdk to send telemetry data from your flashDB service to New Relic.

Course

This procedure is a part of course that teaches you how to build a quickstart. Continue on to next lesson: send telemetry data to New Relic.

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