Today we are excited to announce version v0.1.4 of Odigos, an open-source project that automatically generates distributed traces for all applications within minutes without code changes.
This version focuses on ARM Support, new destinations and stability improvements.
ARM processors are becoming more and more popular and are now supported by Odigos. You can now run Odigos on the latest Macbooks, AWS Graviton, and other ARM based processors. This is a big step forward for Odigos that now supports applications written in Java, Go, Python, NodeJS and .NET on both x86-64 and ARM.
Odigos now supports the following new destinations:
We worked hard on improving the stability of Odigos. We listened to feedback from our community and made a lot of improvements to the stability of Odigos. Improvements include: supporting older linux kernels, avoiding windows-based nodes, better memory allocation, and more.
The easiest way to install Odigos is to use the Odigos Helm Chart:
helm repo add odigos https://keyval-dev.github.io/odigos-charts/ helm install my-odigos odigos/odigos --namespace odigos-system --create-namespace
For users upgrading from previous versions, make sure to run the following command before upgrading:
helm repo update
We recently added more issues labeled with good first issue which are great for new contributors to get started.