What is OpenTelemetry, what does it provide and what does it support?
OpenTelemetry, also known as OTel for short, is a vendor-neutral open-source Observability framework for instrumenting, generating, collecting, and exporting telemetry data such as traces, metrics, logs. As an industry-standard it is natively supported by a number of vendors.
For an in-depth guide on OpenTelemetry, including documentation and guides on language-specific instrumentation or the Collector, please follow the links in the navigation bar.
OpenTelemetry code instrumentation is supported for many popular programming languages
Vendor-agnostic way to receive, process and export telemetry data.
An implementation of a Kubernetes Operator, that manages collectors and auto-instrumentation of the workload using OpenTelemetry instrumentation libraries.
Resources to aid in running an OpenTelemetry workshop
How to migrate to OpenTelemetry
Reference material like the OpenTelemetry Specification
Acknowledgements for sources for content on this site
How to contribute to OpenTelemetry