OpenTelemetry in Action: Identifying Database Dependencies

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  • opentelemetry-specification

    Specifications for OpenTelemetry

    We discussed earlier that OpenTelemetry prescribes the attributes that the various components of an application should capture. The specification for attributes that should be part of the span covering a database client call is documented on GitHub. Many popular languages provide out-of-the-box instrumentation libraries that collect telemetry for database operations.

  • opentelemetry-dotnet

    The OpenTelemetry .NET Client

    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:

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  • opentelemetry-go

    OpenTelemetry Go API and SDK

    OpenTelemetry is a system that generates logs, metrics, and traces in an integrated fashion. OpenTelemetry defines a standard to capture observability data. The OpenTelemetry data model has several key components.

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