Posts in 2022
  • OpenTelemetry .NET Automatic Instrumentation Releases its first Beta

    Thursday, May 12, 2022 in 2022

    We’re excited to announce the first beta release of the OpenTelemetry .NET Automatic Instrumentation project! Without this project, .NET developers need to use instrumentation packages to automatically generate telemetry data. For example, to …

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  • Distributed tracing in Knative

    Tuesday, April 12, 2022 in 2022

    In this article, you will learn how distributed tracing works in Knative and we will explore how the OpenTelemetry project can make tracing support in this environment easier. We will explore Knative under the hood to understand what distributed …

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  • Apache APISIX Integrates with OpenTelemetry to Collect Tracing Data

    Saturday, March 26, 2022 in 2022

    This article introduces the Apache APISIX’s opentelemetry plugin concept and how to enable and deploy the plugin. Background Information OpenTelemetry is an open source telemetry data acquisition and processing system. It not only provides …

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  • OpenTelemetry Tuesdays, Signing Off!

    Monday, March 21, 2022 in 2022

    When we started running OpenTelemetry Tuesday live streams back in 2019, the world was a lot different than it is today. Back then, it was very challenging for external participants and observers to understand what was going on with the overall …

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  • Checklist for TroublesShooting OpenTelemetry Node.js Tracing Issues

    Tuesday, February 22, 2022 in 2022

    I’ll try to make this one short and to the point. You are probably here because you installed OpenTelemetry in your Node.js application and did not see any traces or some expected spans were missing. There can be many reasons for that, but some are …

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  • Welcome to the OpenTelemetry blog

    Wednesday, February 02, 2022 in 2022

    Welcome to the OpenTelemetry blog! As of early 2022, we’ll be publishing blog entries through the website rather than Medium. You can still find Medium posts at

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  • OpenTelemetry Erlang/Elixir, Javascript, and Ruby v1.0 (Medium)

    Tuesday, February 01, 2022 in 2022

    We are kicking off the new year with a bang! In the last couple months, three new languages (Ruby, JavaScript, and Erlang/Elixir) have had their first 1.0 releases, joining the existing GA releases from C++, Go, Java, .NET, Python and Swift. Read all …

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Posts in 2021