Native OSS instrumentation: OpenTelemetry and the Future of Observability - Part 4

Native OSS instrumentation: OpenTelemetry and the Future of Observability - Part 4

Nov 22, 2022

How does OpenTelemetry relate to open source software libraries? If you are an OSS maintainer, how should you provide observability for your end users?

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Prior episodes in this series:
Part 1: Myths and Accidents - https://youtu.be/pLPMAAOSxSE
Part 2: Data by Design - https://youtu.be/HDyLOhe52xU
Part 3: What OTel is and isn't - https://youtu.be/6Ib3c2oEcB4

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