grafana-tempo 2.0.1

grafana-tempo 2.0.1


Grafana Tempo 2.0.1 is an open-source, easy-to-use, and scalable distributed tracing system that enables users to visualize and troubleshoot distributed systems. It is a cloud-native, horizontally scalable, and stateless tracing backend that stores and indexes tracing data in a compact, high-performance format. Grafana Tempo allows for tracing queries and the ability to view trace data in a web UI, making it easier for developers to identify and debug issues in complex, distributed applications. In this way, Grafana Tempo simplifies the debugging process and enables developers to improve application performance and reduce downtime.

  • Horizontally scalable with minimal operational overhead
  • Built on top of S3-compatible object storage for cost-effective storage
  • Allows querying distributed traces with arbitrary grouping and aggregation
  • Provides a pluggable architecture for ingest and storage backends
  • Offers compatibility with popular tracing standards such as OpenTelemetry, Zipkin, and Jaeger
  • Provides a user-friendly, web-based UI for exploring and analyzing trace data

  • Distributed tracing for microservices architectures: Grafana Tempo makes it easy to trace requests across complex, distributed systems. With its ability to scale horizontally, it can handle high volumes of trace data, making it suitable for microservices architectures.
  • Debugging and troubleshooting: Tempo's web-based UI allows developers to explore trace data, identify performance bottlenecks, and troubleshoot issues. Its support for popular tracing standards ensures that developers can easily integrate it into their existing systems.

To use Grafana Tempo, you can follow these steps:

  1. Install and configure the Tempo backend with an S3-compatible object storage provider.
  2. Instrument your applications with an OpenTelemetry, Zipkin, or Jaeger tracing client.
  3. Configure the tracing client to send trace data to Tempo.
  4. Use the web-based UI to explore and analyze trace data.

  • Written in Go
  • Uses Cassandra as its default storage backend, with support for other backends via plugins
  • Supports OpenTracing, OpenTelemetry, Zipkin, and Jaeger tracing standards
  • Compatible with Grafana and other observability tools
  • Integrates with S3-compatible object storage providers such as Amazon S3, Cyfuture Cloud S3.

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