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Description

Uptrace is an open-source APM tool that supports distributed tracing, metrics, and logs. You can use it to monitor applications and set up automatic alerts to receive notifications via email, Slack, Telegram, and more.

Uptrace uses OpenTelelemetry to collect data and ClickHouse database to store it. ClickHouse is the only dependency.

Programming language: Go
License: GNU Affero General Public License v3.0
Tags: Analytics     Monitoring     Self-hosted     Log Analytics    
Latest version: v1.2.0

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README

Open source APM: OpenTelemetry traces, metrics, and logs

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Uptrace is an open-source APM tool that supports distributed tracing, metrics, and logs. You can use it to monitor applications and set up automatic alerts to receive notifications via email, Slack, Telegram, and more.

Uptrace uses OpenTelelemetry to collect data and ClickHouse database to store it. ClickHouse is the only dependency.

Features:

  • Spans/logs grouping.
  • SQL-like query language to aggregate spans.
  • Promql-like language to aggregate and monitor metrics.
  • Email/Slack/Telegram notifications using AlertManager.
  • Pre-built metrics dashboards.
  • Multiple users/projects via YAML config.
  • Single sign-on (SSO) using OpenID Connect: Keycloak, Cloudflare, Google Cloud, and others.

Why Uptrace?

  • Single UI for traces, metrics, and logs.
  • Efficient ingestion: more than 10K spans / second on a single core.
  • Excellent on-disk compression with ZSTD, for example, 1KB span can be compressed down to <40 bytes.
  • S3 storage support with ability to automatically upload cold data to S3-like storage or HDD.
  • Automatic alerts with notifications via email, Slack, Telegram, and more.

[Uptrace Home](./example/docker/images/home.png)

[Facetted filters](./example/docker/images/facets.png)

[Prometheus-like metrics](./example/docker/images/metrics.png)

Quickstart

First spend few minutes to decide if you need Uptrace by running a [docker-compose example](example/docker). You can also play with the Uptrace demo (no login required).

Then follow the getting started guide to properly setup Uptrace by downloading a Go binary or installing a DEB/RPM package. You only need a ClickHouse database to start using Uptrace.

Help

Have questions? Get help via Telegram or start a discussion on GitHub.

FAQ

What is the license?

The Business Source [License](LICENSE) is identical to Apache 2.0 with the only exception being that you can't use the code to create a cloud service or, in other words, resell the product to others.

BSL is adopted by MariaDB, Sentry, CockroachDB, Couchbase and many others. In most cases, it is a more permissive license than, for example, AGPL, because it allows you to make private changes to the code.

In three years, the code also becomes available under Apache 2.0 license. You can learn more about BSL here.

Can I use Uptrace to monitor commercial or production-grade applications?

Yes, you can use Uptrace to monitor your applications and provide employees access to the Uptrace app without any limitations.

Why BSL license?

We picked the license with the intention to allow users to monitor their applications using Uptrace, but to forbid other companies creating a cloud service using the code.

We provide a monitoring service ourselves in order to monetize our work and sustain development efforts.

Are you open-source?

Technically, the BSL license is classified as source-available, but we continue to use the term open-source on the basis that the source code is open.

Existing SEO practices don't leave us much choice and our competitors do more or less the same.

Is the database schema stable?

Yes, but we are still making changes to the database schema and plan to switch to ClickHouse dynamic subcolumns when that feature is stable enough.

Contributing

See Contributing to Uptrace.


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