Lightstep’s OpenTelemetry Extension Helps Make Lambda Telemetry Data More Accessible

Lightstep’s OpenTelemetry Extension Helps Make Lambda Telemetry Data More Accessible

Lightstep’s OpenTelemetry Extension Helps Make Lambda Telemetry Data More Accessible. Distributed tracing provider Lightstep has released an extension to the OpenTelemetry project designed to help improve Lambda serverless observability. Following the compiling of the code, the extension is made available as a Lambda layer and is immediately accessible.

Distributed tracing provider  Lightstep has released an extension to the OpenTelemetry project designed to help improve Lambda serverless observability.

With Lightstep’s Amazon Web Services (AWS) Lambda Extension to the  OpenTelemetry project, developers have faster and simplified access to gain insights into their serverless’ applications performance in order to, among other things, detect bugs.

The extension’s binary works concurrently with and is embedded in the Lambda runtime as functions are run. Following the compiling of the code, the extension is made available as a Lambda layer and is immediately accessible. The telemetry data can also be published and distributed with AWS tools, according to Lightstep.

“OpenTelemetry is a loosely-coupled set of APIs, SDK and infrastructure, but integrations with complex technical platforms like Lambda require careful coding and effort,”  Ben Sigelman, CEO and co-founder of Lightstep and co-creator of the OpenTelemetry project, said. “This contribution allows any Lambda user to take easy advantage of OpenTelemetry for their serverless deployment without building that integration on top of the raw OpenTelemetry APIs themselves.”

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