Odigos Open Source
Odigos uses OpenTelemetry and eBPF to build agnostic observability pipelines for all applications
No Code Changes
Get started in minutes, without having to change a single line of code. Just select an observability backend and that`s it
Works On Any Application
Odigos is the only solution that automatically instruments compiled languages (like Go)
Observability By Default
Automatically get traces, metrics and logs for every new deployed application. No more blind spots
Odigos is developed together with the community. Parts of Odigos are contributed to OpenTelemetry and eBPF
Boost Your Existing Tools
Odigos supports the leading vendors and open source backends. Keep using the tools you use today, with higher-quality data
Scale the number of collectors based on the traffic of your applications. No need to manage complex collectors topology
Implementation in 3 easy steps
Install Odigos on your Kubernetes cluster by executing a single command.
Select target applications: choose specific applications, or let Odigos instrument everything automatically.
Choose where to send the observability data. Both managed vendors and open source solutions are supported.
Seamless Integration with any APM
Odigos is vendor agnostic and can send the telemetry data it generates to any destination supporting OpenTelemetry
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How does Odigos work?
Odigos combines OpenTelemetry and eBPF to automatically instrument your applications. As soon as you install Odigos you will get distributed traces, metrics and logs. In addition, you will be able to correlate the different signals using features like exemplars. Odigos detects the programming language of every running application and use the best instrumentation technology for this programming language.
Do I need to change my current APM?
Which programming languages are supported?
Does Odigos adds performance overhead?
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