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OTel Me More: OpenTelemetry Project News – Vol 32

OpenTelemetry Project News

OpenTelemetry’s Java instrumentation is now in-step with OTel-Java v0.6.0instrumentation is now in-step with OTel-Java v0.6.0, and the tracing proto is now stabletracing proto is now stable. A new feature requestnew feature request looks for streamlining multi-tenancy support in the OpenTelemetry Collector, which could prove very interesting.

Buzz continues to build for OpenTelemetry in the cloud-native world. Elastic introduces its OpenTelemetry integrationElastic introduces its OpenTelemetry integration via the Elastic APM exporterElastic APM exporter, noting, “This integration continues our commitment to openness by embracing open standards support for the evolving OpenTelemetry standard for observability.” There is now an OpenTelemetry Meter Exporter for MackerelOpenTelemetry Meter Exporter for Mackerel, as well.

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July 15, 2020
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