Software engineer, open-source contributor, organizer of the warsaw.ex meetup, IoT enthusiast. Loves building software that makes life easier. Currently Lead Architect at Fresha - helped the company adopt Elixir, migrate towards a service-oriented architecture, and introduce extensive application monitoring. Drinks way too much coffee, then complains he’s twitchy.
Audience: intermediate, advanced
There are many application performance monitoring products on the market. Most of them use a dedicated library to instrument your application, which reduces software reusability and interoperability. OpenTelemetry defines a standard way of collecting application traces, metrics, and logs, that is vendor- and language-agnostic. Since OpenTelemetry became stable in early 2021, I’d like to review its Elixir support and share my experience with monitoring Elixir applications at scale.