If you're working with Kubernetes, you can ship your traces to Logz.io using a Helm chart, via the OpenTelemetry collector.
The following guide will walk you through how to get your Tracing account token and how to configure and send your Helm chart to Logz.io.
The main repository for Logz.io helm charts are logzio-helm.
Our Helm chart is designed to automatically set up your tracing environment, simplifying the process of sending traces to Logz.io. This feature ensures a hassle-free setup, allowing you to focus on your Kubernetes deployment without worrying about manual configurations.
For a more streamlined connection process, refer to our Easy Connect guide.
Send traces from Kubernetes
Determine which Tracing account you want to use and get your Tracing account token
Look up your Distributed Tracing
Get your region code
Ship your traces to Logz.io
Logz.io uses a Helm chart to send traces from your Kubernetes cluster via the OpenTelemetry collector.
Check the Distributed Tracing tab for your traces.
Give your traces some time to get from your system to ours, then check the Distributed Tracing tab in Logz.io to see the traces in the Jaeger UI.