OpenTelemetry

OTel Me More: OpenTelemetry Project News – Vol 6

Isobel Redelmeier

by Isobel Redelmeier

10-22-2019

Big news this week, as the OpenTelemetry Specification v0.2 has been released! This milestone means that you’ll soon be able to download and start using the OpenTelemetry SDK in a variety of languages with basic export functionality. Read on to find out more, in addition to a recap of some of our favorite blog posts and upcoming talks at events like QCon San Francisco and KubeCon North America!

OpenTelemetry Project News

  • Nominations have now closed for the OpenTelemetry Governance Committee; if you’re a member of standing in OpenTelemetry, make sure you check your inbox for information on voting, and submit your vote no later than October 23 (that’s tomorrow!) here.
  • The OpenTelemetry Specification v0.2 has been released! Keep an eye on this repo going forward, as these milestone releases mean we’re getting closer to a GA launch!
  • Want to contribute? Get started with one of these issues from opentelemetry-ruby:
  • Code examples: gRPC instrumentation example #96
  • Documentation: write Getting Started guide #92
  • Code examples: HTTP client and server instrumentation examples #97

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Isobel Redelmeier

Isobel Redelmeier

OSS Engineer

Isobel Redelmeier is an Open Source Engineer at LightStep, where she focuses on OpenTracing and the overall goal of making the software world more observable. Ask her about observability, security, testing, or, frankly, most other software-related topics, and she'll probably have an opinion or three!