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brave - Java distributed tracing implementation compatible with Zipkin backend services.

  •    Java

Java implementation of Dapper (http://research.google.com/pubs/pub36356.html) compatible with Zipkin (https://github.com/twitter/zipkin/).

lile - Easily generate gRPC services in Go ⚡️

  •    Go

Lile is a application generator (think create-react-app, rails new or django startproject) for gRPC services in Go and a set of tools/libraries. The primary focus of Lile is to remove the boilerplate when creating new services by creating a basic structure, test examples, Dockerfile, Makefile etc.

opencensus-go - A stats collection and distributed tracing framework

  •    Go

OpenCensus Go is a Go implementation of OpenCensus, a toolkit for collecting application performance and behavior monitoring data. Currently it consists of three major components: tags, stats, and tracing. The API of this project is still evolving, see: Deprecation Policy. The use of vendoring or a dependency management tool is recommended.




Zipkin - Distributed tracing system

  •    Java

Zipkin is a distributed tracing system. It helps gather timing data needed to troubleshoot latency problems in service architectures. Features include both the collection and lookup of this data. If you have a trace ID in a log file, you can jump directly to it. Otherwise, you can query based on attributes such as service, operation name, tags and duration. Some interesting data will be summarized for you, such as the percentage of time spent in a service, and whether or not operations failed.

Jaeger - A Distributed Tracing System

  •    Go

Jaeger is a Distributed Tracing System. It is inspired by Dapper and OpenZipkin, is a distributed tracing system released as open source by Uber Technologies. It can be used for monitoring microservice-based architectures.

hyperf - 🚀 A coroutine framework that focuses on hyperspeed and flexibility

  •    PHP

Hyperf is an extremely performant and flexible PHP CLI framework based on Swoole 4.5+, powered by the state-of-the-art coroutine server and a large number of battle-tested components. Aside from the decisive benchmark outmatching against PHP-FPM frameworks, Hyperf also distinct itself by its focus on flexibility and composability. Hyperf ships with an AOP-enabling dependency injector to ensure components and classes are pluggable and meta programmable. All of its core components strictly follow the PSR standards and thus can be used in other frameworks. Hyperf's architecture is built upon the combination of Coroutine, Dependency injection, Events, Annotation, AOP (aspect-oriented programming). Core components provided by Hyperf can be used out of the box in coroutine context. The set includes but not limited to: MySQL coroutine client, Redis coroutine client, WebSocket server and client, JSON RPC server and client, gRPC server and client, Zipkin/Jaeger (OpenTracing) client, Guzzle HTTP client, Elasticsearch client, Consul client, ETCD client, AMQP component, Apollo configuration center, Aliyun ACM, ETCD configuration center, Token bucket algorithm-based limiter, Universal connection pool, Circuit breaker, Swagger, Swoole Tracker, Snowflake, Simply Redis MQ, RabbitMQ, NSQ, Nats, Seconds level crontab, Custom Processes, etc. Be assured Hyperf is still a PHP framework. You will also find familiar packages such as Middleware, Event Manager, Coroutine optimized Eloquent ORM (And Model Cache!), Translation, Validation, View engine (Blade/Smarty/Twig/Plates/ThinkTemplate) and more at your command.


zipkin-go-opentracing - OpenTracing Tracer implementation for Zipkin v1 in Go

  •    Go

OpenTracing Tracer implementation for Zipkin in Go. This package is a low level tracing "driver" to allow OpenTracing API consumers to use Zipkin as their tracing backend. For details on how to work with spans and traces we suggest looking at the documentation and README from the OpenTracing API.

opencensus-java - A stats collection and distributed tracing framework

  •    Java

OpenCensus is a toolkit for collecting application performance and behavior data. It currently includes 3 apis: stats, tracing and tags. The library is in Beta stage and APIs are expected to be mostly stable. The library is expected to move to GA stage after v1.0.0 major release.

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.

go-microservice-helpers - A collection of handy snippets that simplify creation of GRPC servers and clients

  •    Go

A collection of handy snippets that simplify creation of GRPC servers and clients. The provided helpers allow to create grpc endpoints with zipkin distributed tracing pre-configured; spawn http servers that serve both grpc and common http traffic; simplify golang crypto primitives to load EC keys.

zipkin-go-opentracing - OpenTracing Tracer implementation for Zipkin in Go

  •    Go

OpenTracing Tracer implementation for Zipkin in Go.This package is a low level tracing "driver" to allow OpenTracing API consumers to use Zipkin as their tracing backend. For details on how to work with spans and traces we suggest looking at the documentation and README from the OpenTracing API.

resty - Super easy REST API framework for Scala

  •    Scala

Check APIs via Swagger UI at: http://localhost:8080/swagger-ui/.Define a web listener that registers your controller.

zipkin-api - Zipkin's Thrift model and HTTP Api Definition

  •    Thrift

This repo only includes the OpenAPI Spec of the API for now.Take a look at the example repository for how to use this.

zipkin-go - Zipkin tracer library for go

  •    Go

Zipkin Go is the official Go Tracer implementation for Zipkin, supported by the OpenZipkin community.zipkin-go is built with interoperability in mind within the OpenZipkin community and even 3rd parties, the library consists of several packages.

zipkin-js - Zipkin instrumentation for Node.js and browsers

  •    Javascript

This is a library for instrumenting Node.js applications. It uses a lot of new JavaScript features and syntax, so Node.js version 6 or newer is required.If you'd like to try this out right away, try our example app which shows how tracing services looks.

zipkin4net - A .NET client library for Zipkin

  •    CSharp

A .NET client library for Zipkin.The transport is responsible to send traces to a zipkin collector.

aither - An example microservice system using Hemera and best of today.

  •    HTML

Aither shows an approach how to bootstrap a microservice system with Hemera and docker. You can scale your worker in seconds and because we use NATS as “nervous system" for our distributed system we do not have to carry about service-discovery or load-balancing of hemera-services. We use traefik to load-balancing the api-gateway.






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