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OTel Me More: OpenTelemetry Project News – Vol 30

OpenTelemetry Project News

🎉 The OpenTelemetry CollectorOpenTelemetry Collector has reached beta! 🎉

This v0.4.0 release features a new hostmetrics receiver, as well as batch and filter metrics processors. Check the release notesrelease notes for more details on breaking changes and other enhancements.

In step with the Collector, Collector-contribCollector-contrib has released v0.4.0 as well, featuring several new receivers, exporters, and a Kubernetes Observer extension. See the release notesrelease notes for more details.

The Python implementation has released v0.9.0 released v0.9.0, primarily working in the updated Metrics instrumentsupdated Metrics instruments.

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June 17, 2020
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