The .NET OpenTelemetry client.
Supported .NET Versions
Packages shipped from this repository generally support all the officially
supported versions of .NET
Core, and .NET
Framework except for
versions lower than
.NET Framework 4.6.1.
Any exceptions to this are noted in the individual
If you are new here, please read the getting started docs:
This repository includes multiple installable components, available on
NuGet. Each component has its
README.md file, which covers the instruction on how to install and
how to get started. To find all the available components, please take a look at
Here are the most commonly used components:
Here are the instrumentation libraries:
Here are the exporter libraries:
See the OpenTelemetry registry for more exporters.
OpenTelemetry .NET is designed to be customizable and extensible. Here are the most common customization and extension scenarios:
- Building a custom instrumentation library
- Building a custom log exporter/processor/sampler
- Building a custom trace exporter/processor/sampler
We meet weekly on Tuesdays, and the time of the meeting alternates between 11AM PT and 4PM PT. The meeting is subject to change depending on contributors' availability. Check the OpenTelemetry community calendar for specific dates.
Meetings take place via Zoom video conference.
The passcode is
- Bruno Garcia, Sentry
- Eddy Nakamura, Microsoft
- Paulo Janotti, Splunk
- Reiley Yang, Microsoft
- Utkarsh Umesan Pillai, Microsoft
Find more about the approver role in community repository.
- Alan West, New Relic
- Cijo Thomas, Microsoft
- Mike Goldsmith, Honeycomb
- Mikel Blanchard, CoStar Group
- Sergey Kanzhelev, Google
Find more about the maintainer role in community repository.
- Victor Lu, Microsoft
Find more about the triager role in community repository.
Thanks to all the people who have contributed
See special note about Metrics release plans.
See the release notes for existing releases.
See the project milestones for details on upcoming releases. The dates and features described in issues and milestones are estimates, and subject to change.
Daily builds from this repo are published to MyGet, and can be installed from this source.