Announcing OpenTelemetry Python 1.0! OpenTelemetry Python distributed tracing API/SDK released its 1.0 version. This new release includes the following: OpenTelemetry Python APIs: Tracing API, Baggage API, Context API and Propagators API. An SDK providing controls for sampling, processing, and export.
Today, OpenTelemetry Python distributed tracing API/SDK released its 1.0 version. This version is marked as stable based on the OpenTelemetry specification! We are on a journey to bring end-to-end, vendor-neutral observability to Python developers or service engineers working on distributed applications.
This new release includes the following:
The OpenTelemetry vision is to create a worldwide standard for all three pillars of observability: distributed tracing, metrics, and logs. This release addresses the first of the three pillars — distributed tracing. We continue to work on metrics and logs.
OpenTelemetry is meant to converge and sunset two prior open source projects: OpenTracing and OpenCensus. OpenTracing customers will be able to use the OpenTracing Shim to migrate their instrumentation shortly after the specification becomes stable. OpenCensus customers do not currently have a shim to OpenTelemetry, and customers can rely on vendor-specific guidance for potential future migrations.
If you’d like to try it out yourself, check out the getting started guide here.
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