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OpenTracing

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As monolithic applications are being replaced with more complex (micro)service ecosystems, tracing requests across multiple services is becoming the norm. Luckily OpenTracing is rapidly becoming the de facto standard for distributed tracing. Developed by Uber, Apple, Yelp and various other big players, it supports multiple tracers such as Zipkin, Instana, and Jaeger. OpenTracing currently provides vendor-neutral implementation in six languages: Go, JavaScript, Java, Python, Objective-C and C++.

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Mar 2017
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As monolithic applications are being replaced with more complex (micro)service ecosystems, tracing requests across multiple services is becoming the norm. Luckily OpenTracing is rapidly becoming the de facto standard for distributed tracing. Developed by Uber, Apple, Yelp and various other big players, it supports multiple tracers such as Zipkin, Instana, and Jaeger. OpenTracing currently provides vendor-neutral implementation in six languages: Go, JavaScript, Java, Python, Objective-C and C++.

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