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OpenTelemetry at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2023 update

Posted on November 7, 2023 | By OpenTelemetry maintainers

Project post by OpenTelemetry maintainers It’s been quite the year for us, and we’re eager to share some updates on the strides we’ve made. I’d like to start out by thanking our contributors and community – your support…

OpenTelemetry in decoupled event driven architectures – solving for the black box when your consuming applications are constantly changing

Posted on November 2, 2023

Member post from Rob Williamson, Solace The goal of OpenTelemetry is to have a common system for tracing across different (aka distributed) technologies. It solves the problems created when systems are deployed across hybrid and multi-clouds, up and…

Jaeger with Opentelemetry in an easy way

Posted on October 2, 2023 | By Afzal Ansari

Guest post originally published on Afzal Ansari’s Blog by Afzal Ansari What if you didn’t find the information by searching through the documentation when you didn’t understand it beforehand in a complex environment? You’d get stuck. You are right,…

A practical guide to data collection with OpenTelemetry and Prometheus

Posted on September 13, 2023 | By Goutham Veeramachaneni

Guest post originally published on Grafana Labs’ blog by Goutham Veeramachaneni Grafana Labs has always been actively involved in the OpenTelemetry community, even working with the predecessor projects OpenTracing and OpenCensus. We have been supporting OTLP as the primary input…

How we combined OpenTelemetry traces with Prometheus metrics to build a powerful alerting mechanism

Posted on July 20, 2023 | By Ran Nozik

Member post originally published on the Helios blog by Ran Nozik Leveraging open source projects and creative thinking helped us deliver trace-based alerts to our customers swiftly and efficiently. One of the qualities of engineering team excellence is…

OpenTelemetry demystified: a deep dive into distributed tracing

Posted on May 3, 2023

Guest post by Jay Swamidass, If you’re a DevOps engineer, IT personnel, or developer, you’re likely very familiar with telemetry data. After all, it’s what provides you with valuable insights into an application’s health and performance. Although…

The New Stack: “OpenTelemetry Gaining Traction from Companies and Vendors”

Posted on April 19, 2023

At its heart, OpenTelemetry is about identifying problems in complex systems to create a better user experience. But to do that, it has to make sense of petabytes of data across thousands, even hundreds of thousands, of nodes.

Testing Kafka-based asynchronous workflows using OpenTelemetry

Posted on April 4, 2023

Guest post originally published on the Signadot blog by Arjun Iyer and Scott Cotton Introduction Asynchronous architectures are common in cloud native applications as it decouples services and improves the scalability and reliability of the system. A message…

Helping Go teams implement OpenTelemetry: A new approach

Posted on February 22, 2023 | By Ran Nozik

Guest post originally published on the Helios blog by Ran Nozik Developers can instrument their Go applications quickly and easily using Helios OpenTelemetry (OTel), the emerging industry standard for application observability and distributed tracing across cloud-native and distributed architectures,…

Migrating from OpenTracing to OpenTelemetry

Posted on February 7, 2023 | By Sonja Chevre

Guest post originally published on Tyk’s blog by Sonja Chevre An API gateway can simplify operational concerns like observability by providing a single access point for requests to all web services in a system. As all requests flow…