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Improving Upon My OpenTelemetry Tracing Demo

DZone

I also created a demo around it, which featured the following components: The Apache APISIX API Gateway A Kotlin/Spring Boot service A Python/Flask service And a Rust/Axum service I've recently improved the demo to deepen my understanding and want to share my learning.

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Running the OpenTelemetry demo application with Dynatrace

Dynatrace

The demo has been in active development since the summer of 2022 with Dynatrace as one of its leading contributors. The demo application is a cloud-native e-commerce application made up of multiple microservices. OpenTelemetry demo application architecture diagram. By default, the demo comes with?Jaeger OpenTelemetry?community

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The road to observability with OpenTelemetry demo part 1: Identifying metrics and traces

Dynatrace

In this OpenTelemetry demo series, we’ll take an in-depth look at how to use OpenTelemetry to add observability to a distributed web application that originally didn’t know anything about tracing, telemetry, or observability. As for logs, the OpenTelemetry group is currently still working on stable implementations.

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The road to observability with OpenTelemetry demo part 2: OpenTelemetry configuration and instrumenting applications

Dynatrace

In the first part of this three-part series, The road to observability with OpenTelemetry demo part 1: Identifying metrics and traces with OpenTelemetry , we talked about observability and how OpenTelemetry works to instrument applications across different languages and platforms. Register now!

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An Unbelievable Demo

Brendan Gregg

This is the story of the most unbelievable demo I've been given in world of open source. He was kind enough to give me a quick demo anyway. He gave me a path to start looking under, and after a bit of searching I found the directory with all the tools he had been demoing. You can't make this stuff up. I printed socketsnoop.d.

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An Unbelievable Demo

Brendan Gregg

This is the story of the most unbelievable demo I've been given in world of open source. He was kind enough to give me a quick demo anyway. He gave me a path to start looking under, and after a bit of searching I found the directory with all the tools he had been demoing. You can't make this stuff up. I printed socketsnoop.d.

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Send Your Logs to Loki

DZone

In the demo, I show how you can see the traces of a simple distributed system consisting of the Apache APISIX API Gateway, a Kotlin app with Spring Boot, a Python app with Flask, and a Rust app with Axum. One of the talks demoed the Grafana stack: Mimir for metrics, Tempo for traces, and Loki for logs.

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