OpenTelemetry and Dynatrace
OpenTelemetry is an open standard that enables applications to create and manage telemetry data and share it with a backend (such as Dynatrace) for further analysis.
For that purpose, OpenTelemetry defines a set of protocols, interfaces, and record types that provide telemetry data in a generic and vendor-agnostic manner across platforms, languages, and technologies. On top of defining the framework fundamentals, OpenTelemetry also provides SDKs, libraries, and instrumentation tooling for a wide array of popular languages.
Discover more about the OpenTelemetry APIs and how to use the SDK
Ingest with OneAgent
Find out how to automatically ingest OpenTelemetry traces with OneAgent
Export with OTLP to Dynatrace
Learn how to configure your OpenTelemetry exporter to successfully export to Dynatrace
Platform & Technology integrations
How to integrate OpenTelemetry with popular platforms
Learn how to use the Collector to batch and transform telemetry data
How to fix the most common instrumentation and ingestion issues
- OpenTelemetry interoperability
Enable and use OpenTelemetry interoperability in AWS Lambda.
- Monitor Google Cloud Functions
Set up monitoring for Google Cloud Functions.
- Monitor Azure Functions on Consumption Plans
Learn how to install, configure, update, and uninstall OneAgent for monitoring Azure Functions on serverless hosting plans