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opentelemetry-specification - Specifications for OpenTelemetry

  •    Makefile

The OpenTelemetry specification describes the cross-language requirements and expectations for all OpenTelemetry implementations. Substantive changes to the specification must be proposed using the OpenTelemetry Enhancement Proposal process. Small changes, such as clarifications, wording changes, spelling/grammar corrections, etc. can be made directly via pull requests. Questions that needs additional attention can be brought to the regular specifications meeting. EU and US timezone friendly meeting is held every Tuesday at 8 AM pacific time. Meeting notes are held in the google doc. APAC timezone friendly meeting is held Tuesdays, 4PM pacific time. See OpenTelemetry calendar.

opentelemetry-collector - OpenTelemetry Collector

  •    Go

The OpenTelemetry Collector offers a vendor-agnostic implementation on how to receive, process and export telemetry data. In addition, it removes the need to run, operate and maintain multiple agents/collectors in order to support open-source telemetry data formats (e.g. Jaeger, Prometheus, etc.) sending to multiple open-source or commercial back-ends. See CONTRIBUTING.md.

opentelemetry-dotnet - The OpenTelemetry .NET Client

  •    CSharp

The .NET OpenTelemetry client. Packages shipped from this repository generally support all the officially supported versions of .NET Core, and .NET Framework except for versions lower than .NET Framework 4.6.1. Any exceptions to this are noted in the individual README.md files.

opentelemetry-js - OpenTelemetry JavaScript Client

  •    TypeScript

This is the JavaScript version of OpenTelemetry, a framework for collecting traces and metrics from applications. The current version for each package can be found in the respective package.json file for that module. For additional details see the versioning and stability document in the specification.

opentelemetry-python - OpenTelemetry Python API and SDK

  •    Python

This page describes the Python OpenTelemetry implementation. OpenTelemetry is an observability framework for cloud-native software. Unless otherwise noted, all published artifacts support Python 3.6 or higher. See CONTRIBUTING.md for additional instructions for building this project for development.

Signoz - Open-source Observability platform and an alternative to DataDog, NewRelic

  •    Javascript

SigNoz is an opensource observability platform. SigNoz uses distributed tracing to gain visibility into your systems and powers data using Kafka (to handle high ingestion rate and backpressure) and Apache Druid (Apache Druid is a high performance real-time analytics database), both proven in the industry to handle scale.

opentelemetry-collector-contrib - Contrib repository for the OpenTelemetry Collector

  •    Go

This is a repository for OpenTelemetry Collector contributions that are not part of the core distribution of the Collector. Typically, these contributions are vendor specific receivers/exporters and/or components that are only useful to a relatively small number of users. Please note that this repository and its releases are a superset of the core repository.

community - OpenTelemetry community content

  •    CSharp

Both committees meet regularly, and the respective meeting notes are publicly available in the GC meeting notes and the TC meeting notes Google Docs. If you want to check out the recordings, head to the Governance Committee YouTube playlist. For those who are brand new to OpenTelemetry and want to chat or get redirected to the appropriate place for a specific question, feel free to join the CNCF OpenTelemetry Slack channel. If you are new, you can create a CNCF Slack account here.

opentelemetry-rust - OpenTelemetry API and SDK for Rust

  •    Rust

The Rust OpenTelemetry implementation. OpenTelemetry is a collection of tools, APIs, and SDKs used to instrument, generate, collect, and export telemetry data (metrics, logs, and traces) for analysis in order to understand your software's performance and behavior. You can export and analyze them using Prometheus, Jaeger, and other observability tools.

cloud-ops-sandbox - Cloud Operations Sandbox is an open source tool that helps practitioners to learn Service Reliability Engineering practices from Google and apply them on their cloud services using Cloud Operations suite of tools

  •    HTML

Cloud Operations Sandbox is an open-source tool that helps practitioners to learn Service Reliability Engineering practices from Google and apply them on their cloud services using Cloud Operations (formerly Stackdriver). It is based on Hipster Shop, a cloud-native microservices application. Google Cloud Operations Suite is a suite of tools that helps you gain full observability of your code and applications. You might want to take Cloud Operations to a "test drive" in order to answer the question, "will it work for my application needs"? The most effective way to learn is by testing the tool in "real-life" conditions, but without risking a production system. With Sandbox, we provide a tool that automatically provisions a new demo cluster, which receives traffic, simulating real users. Practitioners can experiment with various Cloud Operations tools to solve problems and accomplish standard SRE tasks in a sandboxed environment.

opentelemetry.io - The OpenTelemetry website and documentation

  •    HTML

This repo houses the source code for the OpenTelemetry website and project documentation. See CONTRIBUTING.md.

opentelemetry-php - The OpenTelemetry PHP Library

  •    PHP

This project currently lives in a pre-alpha status. Our current release is not production ready; it has been created in order to receive feedback from the community. We attempt to keep the OpenTelemetry Specification Matrix up to date in order to show which features are available and which have not yet been implemented.

opentelemetry-ruby - OpenTelemetry Ruby API & SDK, and related gems

  •    Ruby

The Ruby OpenTelemetry client. We'd love your help! Use tags good first issue and help wanted to get started with the project.

dd-opentelemetry-exporter-js - OpenTelemetry JS Datadog Exporter

  •    TypeScript

OpenTelemetry Datadog Trace Exporter allows the user to send collected traces to a Datadog Trace-Agent. Datadog APM, is a distributed tracing system. It is used for monitoring and troubleshooting microservices-based distributed systems.

stayathome - [workshop] GopherConRU 2020: Getting started with Observability in Go

  •    Go

This repo was created during the livecoding workshops @GopherCon Russia (March/August 2020). The application demonstrates how to start with observability in Go (logging, metrics, tracing).

docs-cn - OpenTelemetry Markdown中文文档: 接入使用、技术标准、RFC、SDK等. 中文网站:https://ot.md


OpenTelemetry Markdown中文文档: 接入使用、技术标准、RFC、SDK等. 中文网站:https://ot.md

opentelemetry-collector-builder - A CLI tool that generates OpenTelemetry Collector binaries based on a manifest

  •    Go

This program generates a custom OpenTelemetry Collector binary based on a given configuration. Download the binary for your respective platform under the "Releases" page.

opentelemetry-cpp - The OpenTelemetry C++ Client

  •    C++

The C++ OpenTelemetry client. Any exceptions to this are noted in the individual README.md files.

opentelemetry-dotnet-contrib - This repository contains set of components extending functionality of the OpenTelemetry

  •    CSharp

This repository contains set of components extending functionality of the OpenTelemetry SDK. Instrumentation libraries, exporters, and other components can find their home here. Packages in this repository are prefixed with OpenTelemetry.Contrib to highlight that they are different from the packages produced by the primary .NET SDK repository.

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