OpenTelemetry Project News
Microsoft Azure announces codeless Java application monitoringcodeless Java application monitoring with their Application Insights SDK. The Azure team’s goal with Java Application Insights 3.0+ is to allow their customers to send custom telemetry using standard APIs such as OpenTelemetry.
These OpenTelemetry SIGs are looking for extra support! Open source efforts rely on developers like you -- get involved with one of these implementations:
OTel-RustOTel-Rust is looking for contributors and maintainers
OTel-PHPOTel-PHP is looking for contributors and maintainers
OTel-C++OTel-C++ is looking for contributors and maintainers
OTel-RubyOTel-Ruby has seen a lot of contributions, but would benefit from having more dedicated maintainers
This week’s Featured Issues:
OpenTelemetry-PHP #12: Alpha 0.2 Propagators Requirement - APIAlpha 0.2 Propagators Requirement - API
OpenTelemetry-PHP #73: Replace current time implementation with hrtimeReplace current time implementation with hrtime
Awesome Articles, Resources, and Links
OpenTelemetry steps up to manage the mayhem of microservicesOpenTelemetry steps up to manage the mayhem of microservices (blog) by Joab JacksonJoab Jackson
Show Me Your CodeShow Me Your Code (stream) by @GianArb@GianArb
OpenTelemetry and RubyOpenTelemetry and Ruby (stream) by @martinisoft@martinisoft
Lightstep updates OpenTelemetry Java installation guideLightstep updates OpenTelemetry Java installation guide (guide) by Lightstep
The Case for Human-Centric Observability with Austin ParkerThe Case for Human-Centric Observability with Austin Parker (video)
You can now use OpenTelemetry with Go and Node.js to instrument your applications running on GKE and Compute EngineYou can now use OpenTelemetry with Go and Node.js to instrument your applications running on GKE and Compute Engine (release notes)
Upcoming Conferences, Talks, and Live Events
Deserted Island DevOps: The Greatest Minds in DevOps...in Animal Crossing!Deserted Island DevOps: The Greatest Minds in DevOps...in Animal Crossing! Join Lightstep’s Austin Parker and Katy Farmer on April 30th for a free one-day event celebrating DevOps and Animal Crossing, streaming live on twitch.tv!
Stay tuned to the OpenTelemetry Twitch channelOpenTelemetry Twitch channel for the weekly show ‘OpenTelemetry Tuesdays’ and event-specific livestreams
Want to Contribute?
How to Start Contributing to OpenTelemetryHow to Start Contributing to OpenTelemetry (blog) by Austin Parker
OpenTelemetry is an open source project with implementations in many different languages, so whether you prefer to work with PythonPython, GoGo, JavaJava, or NodeNode (among others)(among others), find an issue and get started!
Join the community on GitHubcommunity on GitHub and the conversation on Gitterconversation on Gitter
Interested in joining our team? See our open positions herehere.
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