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Uptrace is an OpenTelemetry tracing tool that monitors performance, errors, and logs

Uptrace is an open source APM that supports distributed tracing, metrics, and logs. You can use it to monitor applications and set up automatic alerts to receive notifications via email, Slack, Telegram, and more.

Uptrace collects and analyzes data from a variety of sources, including servers, databases, cloud providers, monitoring tools, and custom applications. It provides a unified view of the entire technology stack, enabling you to monitor the performance, availability, and health of your systems in real time.


  • Single UI for traces, metrics, and logs.
  • SQL-like query language to aggregate spans.
  • Promql-like language to aggregate metrics.
  • Built-in alerts with notifications via Email, Slack, WebHook, and AlertManager.
  • Pre-built metrics dashboards.
  • Multiple users/projects via YAML config.
  • Single sign-on (SSO): Okta, Keycloak, Cloudflare, Google Cloud, and others.
  • Ingestion using OpenTelemetry, Vector, FluentBit, CloudWatch, and more.
  • Efficient processing: more than 10K spans / second on a single core.
  • Excellent on-disk compression: 1KB span can be compressed down to ~40 bytes.

Open Source Observability with Traces, Metrics, and Logs.