Observability Mythbusters: OpenTelemetry to Lightstep 3 Ways in Go IS Possible!

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  • opentelemetry-examples

    Example code and resources for working with OpenTelemetry, provided by Lightstep

    Note: If you’re looking for full code listings, don’t panic! You see them in the Lightstep OTel examples repository.

  • opentelemetry-specification

    Specifications for OpenTelemetry

    Lightstep Observability supports the native OpenTelemetry Protocol (OTLP). It can receive data in the OTLP format either via HTTP or gRPC. You will need to specify which method you wish to use in your code, as we’ll see in the upcoming code snippets.

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  • otel-launcher-go

    Launcher, a Lightstep Distro for OpenTelemetry Go 🚀

    We currently have Launchers for Go, Python, Java, and Node.JS.

  • otel-launcher-python

    Launcher, a Lightstep Distro for OpenTelemetry Python 🚀

    We currently have Launchers for Go, Python, Java, and Node.JS.

  • otel-launcher-java

    Launcher, a Lightstep Distro for OpenTelemetry Java 🚀

    We currently have Launchers for Go, Python, Java, and Node.JS.

  • otel-launcher-node

    Launcher, a Lightstep Distro for OpenTelemetry Node.js 🚀

    We currently have Launchers for Go, Python, Java, and Node.JS.

NOTE: The number of mentions on this list indicates mentions on common posts plus user suggested alternatives. Hence, a higher number means a more popular project.

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