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OpenMetrics project accepted into CNCF Sandbox | Google Open Source Blog
For the past several months, engineers from Google Cloud, Prometheus, and other vendors have been aligning on OpenMetrics, a specification for metrics exposition. Today, the project was formally announced and accepted into the CNCF Sandbox, and we’re currently working on ways to support OpenMetrics in OpenCensus, a set of uniform tracing and stats libraries that work with multiple vendors’ services. This multi-vendor approach works to put architectural choices in the hands of developers.
OpenMetrics stems from the stats formats used inside of Prometheus and Google’s Monarch time-series infrastructure, which underpins both Stackdriver and internal monitoring applications. As such, it is designed to be immediately familiar to developers and capable of operating at extreme scale. With additional contributions and review from AppOptics, Cortex, Datadog, InfluxData, Sysdig, and Uber, OpenMetrics has begun the cross-industry collaboration necessary to drive adoption of a new specification.
monitoring  opensource 
yesterday by janpeuker
Take back control of your videos

A decentralized video hosting network, based on free/libre software
opensource  decentralized  fediverse  video  streaming  media 
yesterday by chrisbuchholz
RT : You look at Cloud Foundry service list and you realize how contributes to projects…
OpenSource  from twitter_favs
yesterday by steinermatt
Gary Sherman of QGIS
Interview with the founder of the open source GIS tool
qgis  gis  opensource  via:hackernews  tootme 
yesterday by nelson
Build impossible programs - Julia Evans
Cool effort - she wasn't an expert, but she got a grant to fund a 3-month effort and built a profiler for Rust.
personal_net  programming  opensource  via:HackerNews 
yesterday by mcherm

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