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Tuesday, April 18 • 15:20 - 15:45
Using OpenTelemetry’s Exponential Histograms in Prometheus - Ruslan Kovalov & Ganesh Vernekar, Grafana Labs

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OpenTelemetry is on a mission to standardize the instrumentation, collection, and export of telemetry data across the industry, and Prometheus is the leading open-source metrics monitoring solution. OpenTelemetry metrics are now GA and promise to be fully compatible with Prometheus. While both OpenTelemetry and Prometheus started work on high-resolution histograms independently of each other, they actively collaborated to keep both histograms compatible with each other. These new histograms bring a whole new set of capabilities over the conventional histogram present in Prometheus, including but not limited to, better storage efficiency, higher accuracy of quantile estimations, flexible histogram buckets, simple configuration, etc. Join OpenTelemetry maintainer Ruslan and Prometheus maintainer Ganesh to dive into the capabilities and design of these new high-resolution histograms and learn how to use OpenTelemetry’s high-resolution histograms in Prometheus with its native support for translation.

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Ruslan Kovalov

Senior Software Engineer, Grafana Labs
Ruslan is a software engineer at Grafana Labs and a contributor to OpenTelemetry projects. At Grafana Labs, he works on improving compatibility between OpenTelemetry and Prometheus, and OTLP data intake in Grafana Cloud.

Tuesday April 18, 2023 15:20 - 15:45 CEST
Amsterdam RAI Europaplein 24, 1078 GZ Amsterdam, Netherlands
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