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Thursday, August 20 • 18:05 - 18:40
OpenTelemetry Auto-Instrumentation Deep Dive - Carlos Alberto Cortez & Alex Boten, LightStep

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Auto-instrumentation allows users to monitor their applications without the need to modify the code base, and immediately start gathering observability data . As part of the OpenTelemetry initiative (resulting from the merge of OpenTracing and OpenCensus), auto-instrumentation libraries will become a core feature, and will be offered across different languages (Java, Python, Ruby, Node.js, .Net, etc).

In this deep dive you will learn about the architecture of these auto-instrumentation libraries, out-of-the-box OSS libraries integrations (such as Spring, Django or Rails); how to configure them to export telemetry data to different tracing and metrics backends (such as Jaeger or Prometheus), as well as interesting challenges, such as the possibility to share OSS integrations between auto and manual instrumentation.

Speakers
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Carlos Alberto Cortez

Open Source Software Engineer, LightStep
Carlos works as an Open Source Software Engineer at LightStep, being a maintainer for OpenTelemetry Java, and previously as a core maintainer in OpenTracing. Carlos has worked for the last 13 years in different areas, such as desktop frameworks, compilers, class libraries and distributed... Read More →
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Alex Boten

Open Source Software Engineer, LightStep
Alex has worked in software development in a variety of roles ranging from user interface design to core infrastructure engineering, tinkering with network protocols, kernels and drivers along the way. He's passionate about sustainability, inclusivity, privacy and knowledge shari... Read More →



Thursday August 20, 2020 18:05 - 18:40 CEST
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