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 .