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Instrumenting your code with OpenTelemetry

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If you are completely new to OpenTelemetry, you should start by instrumenting your web facing application code with the relevant OTel libraries. This will allow you to send traces directly to Checkly without setting up a 3rd party OpenTelemetry collector.

Below you will find instructions on how to instrument your popular languages and frameworks, and how to send traces to Checkly.



If you don’t find the language or framework you are using in the list above, you can always reference the OpenTelemetry Languages docs directly.

Last updated on June 20, 2024. You can contribute to this documentation by editing this page on Github