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Guide to Distributed Tracing with OpenTelemetry Dotnet
2 projects | dev.to | 25 Jan 2023
💡Good to know -- If you wish to export traces to Jaeger, you should use the AddJaegerExporter instead of the AddOtlpExporter. Visit the opentelemetry-dotnet repository to see how it's done.
Observability with Grafana Cloud and OpenTelemetry in .net microservices
9 projects | dev.to | 6 Oct 2022
We're going to use OpenTelemetry .NET SDK. Add following nuget dependencies to the project:
OpenTelemetry in Action: Identifying Database Dependencies
3 projects | dev.to | 8 May 2022
We instrument the application with the OpenTelemetry SDK and SqlClient instrumentation library for .NET. First, we add the following NuGet package references to the API’s project file:
[c#] Using W3C Trace Context standard in distributed tracing
9 projects | dev.to | 13 Jun 2021
Besides that, the propagation fields (traceparent and tracestate) were added in the message header. In the last article, I said that the standard (in the Working Draft (WD) step of the w3c process) recommends to add the propagation fields in the application-properties section by the message publisher. For the current example, I chose to propagate that context in the message header even for AMQP calls as was done in the dotnet OpenTelemetry example. It's important to reinforce that Trace Context: AMQP protocol is not a W3C Recommendation yet. Take a look at the place where the propagation fields were added:
Tracing End-to-End Data from Power Apps to Azure Cosmos DB
4 projects | dev.to | 24 May 2021
As long as the Azure Functions app knows the instrumentation key from an Application Insights instance, it traces almost everything. OpenTelemetry.NET is one of the Open Telemetry implementations, has recently released v1.0 for tracing. Both metrics and logging are close to GA. However, it doesn't work well with Azure Functions. Therefore, in this post, let's manually implement the tracing at the log level, which is sent to Application Insights.
What are some alternatives?
ApplicationInsights-dotnet - ApplicationInsights-dotnet
RabbitMQ - Open source RabbitMQ: core server and tier 1 (built-in) plugins
zipkin - Zipkin is a distributed tracing system
statsd-csharp-client - A simple c# client library for statsd and statsd.net
C# StatsD Client
ASP.NET Core - ASP.NET Core is a cross-platform .NET framework for building modern cloud-based web applications on Windows, Mac, or Linux.
trace-context-w3c - W3C Trace Context purpose of and what kind of problem it came to solve.
WinSlap - Swiftly configure a fresh Windows 10 installation with useful tweaks and antispy settings.
opentelemetry-specification - Specifications for OpenTelemetry
.NET Runtime - .NET is a cross-platform runtime for cloud, mobile, desktop, and IoT apps.
GymLog - This is a gym exercise log application using Power Apps, Azure Functions, Table Storage, Service Bus and Cosmos DB.