Measure performance across jobs and services
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- php: ^8.1
- illuminate/contracts: ^10.0
- illuminate/http: ^10.0
- open-telemetry/api: ^1.0
- open-telemetry/sdk: ^1.0
- php-http/guzzle7-adapter: ^1.0
- spatie/laravel-package-tools: ^1.13.8
- laravel/pint: ^1.3
- nunomaduro/collision: ^7.0
- nunomaduro/larastan: ^2.3.4
- orchestra/testbench: ^8.0
- pestphp/pest: ^2.0
- pestphp/pest-plugin-laravel: ^2.0
- phpstan/extension-installer: ^1.2
- phpstan/phpstan-deprecation-rules: ^1.1.1
- phpstan/phpstan-phpunit: ^1.3.3
- spatie/laravel-ray: ^1.31
- spatie/pest-plugin-snapshots: ^2.0
- spatie/phpunit-snapshot-assertions: ^5.0
- spatie/test-time: ^1.3
- spatie/valuestore: ^1.3.2
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Last update: 2023-05-29 20:59:20 UTC
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Measuring performance and tracking bugs is typically done inside a single web request or job. But what if you want to see the performance or flow of a web request together with all the jobs it dispatched?
Open Telemetry, or OTel for short, is a collection of tools, APIs and SDKs to collect information on how an entire system is behaving. A "system" can be a single application, or a group of applications (or queued jobs) that are working together.
Using the laravel-open-telemetry package you can easily measure performance of a Laravel powered system. It can transmit the results to a tracing tool like Jaeger or Aspecto.
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