Observing your Blazor WASM apps with Open Telemetry and Real User Monitoring

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OpenTelemetry is becoming increasingly popular in the cloud-native ecosystem for observability purposes. However, Monitoring Blazor WebAssembly can be quite challenging, especially when it comes to monitoring the backend of your WebAssembly and even confusing with various Open Telemetry SDKs. In this talk, we will discuss how to instrument a sample application and configure OpenTelemetry for the backend. We will also learn how to integrate New Relic's Real User Monitoring to achieve better monitoring results.


Zameer Fouzan

Senior Developer Relations Engineer

Zameer Fouzan is a Senior Developer Relations Engineer at New Relic with a solid background in full-stack development. He is passionate about web development, Cloud Native, OSS & O11y, and enjoys staying up-to-date with the latest trends in the developer community. Zameer derives deep contentment in sharing his knowledge & assisting fellow developers in maximizing their potential.

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