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OTel Me More: OpenTelemetry Project News – Vol 21

OpenTelemetry Project News

OTel’s Ruby implementationRuby implementation (currently tracing onlycurrently tracing only) has joined the ranks of beta releases, which currently includes JavaScript, Java, Python, Go, and Erlang. Check the project status page for up-to-date information on each implementation’s progresseach implementation’s progress.

Observe2020 wrapped up yesterday, featuring a lot of presentations and excitement around OpenTelemetry. Stay tuned for links to the talks and round-up conversations. In the meantime, check out this awesome digital art by @MindsEyeCCF @MindsEyeCCF for @dyladan’s presentation, and every other speaker’s! Head over to the o11y2020 twittero11y2020 twitter to see them all.

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April 7, 2020
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