Jaeger Graduates to a Top-Level CNCF Project
After two years of hard work and contributions from the community, Jaeger has graduated to be the 7th top-level project in the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, lining up alongside Kubernetes, Prometheus, Envoy, CoreDNS, containerd, and Fluentd.
- Graduation application to CNCF Technical Oversight Committee
- CNCF blog: official announcement
- DevOps.com: CNCF Advances Jaeger Distributed Tracing Project
- TheNewStack: Jaeger Graduates CNCF, Sees a Future Without Native Jaeger Clients
Announcing Jaeger v1.0
Today we reached a milestone and released v1.0 of Jaeger backend. Details are in this blog post.
Jaeger Joins Cloud Native Computing Foundation
At the Open Source Summit NA in Los Angeles, the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) announced that it had accepted Jaeger as its 12th hosted project. Jaeger joins the respected company of other major modern foundational projects like Kubernetes, Prometheus, gRPC, and OpenTracing.
- CNCF blog: CNCF Hosts Jaeger
- Linux Foundation blog: Lyft and Uber on Stage Together at Open Source Summit in L.A.
- Silicon Angle: Ride-hailing firms Lyft and Uber open-source microservices technology
- The New Stack: CNCF Adds Oracle, Onboards the Envoy and Jaeger Projects
- eWeek: Uber and Lyft Bring Open-Source Cloud Projects to CNCF
- ZDNet: Lyft and Uber travel the same open-source road
Uber is pleased to announce the open source release of Jaeger, a distributed tracing system, used to monitor, profile, and troubleshoot microservices.
Jaeger is written in Go, with OpenTracing compatible client libraries in Go, Java, Node, and Python. It allows service owners to instrument their services to get insights into what their architecture is doing.
We hope that other organizations find Jaeger to be a useful tool, and we welcome contributions. Keep up to date by subscribing to our mailing list.