Honeycomb & OpenTelemetry: Instrumentation Should Be Boring
OpenTelemetry is a collection of tools, APIs, and SDKs that can be used to instrument, generate, collect and export telemetry data for analysis in order to understand your software’s performance and behavior. Paul gives an overview of how Honeycomb has embraced OpenTelemetry as a key part of our instrumentation strategy, how this can help make instrumenting your code easier, and what you can expect from Honeycomb and OpenTelemetry in the near future.
Using OpenTelemetry With Honeycomb
Honeycomb's Liz Fong-Jones and Phillip Carter discuss what OpenTelemetry (OTel) is, how it makes instrumenting your code easier, and why building a future where OTel is the de facto standard for instrumentation is important.
Observability is More Fun With Friends: Stories From OpenTelemetry Collaboration
The modern open source landscape is hard enough, given the (sometimes) conflicting interests of commercial partners, end-users, and project maintainers. It takes a real, intentional effort to build collaborative relationships across these groups in order to make improvements to projects. In this panel, we'll share stories about what's worked from our involvement in OpenTelemetry as maintainers, community representatives, and end-users.