AppOptics agents are no longer receiving updates. The new SolarWinds Observability Libraries can send APM data to AppOptics and are regularly updated with new features and improvements. If your components are supported by the new libraries, consider transitioning to the SolarWinds Observability Libraries for your APM needs. Alternatively, you can also consider using SolarWinds Observability as your primary APM monitoring solution.
SolarWinds Observability Libraries are not compatible with AppOptics agents. Do not use a mix of SolarWinds Observability Libraries and AppOptics agents to instrument applications that are part of a distributed trace.
The Python Instrumentation Library for SolarWinds Observability is compatible with the AppOptics collector. SolarWinds Observability libraries are not compatible with AppOptics agents. Do not use a mix of SolarWinds Observability libraries and AppOptics agents to instrument applications that are part of a distributed trace.
To upgrade to the SolarWinds Observability Python Library, uninstall the AppOptics Python Agent and follow the rest of the steps described in Migrate the Python Library from AppOptics to SolarWinds Observability. Before restarting the application, make the following additional configuration changes to have the SolarWinds Observability Python Library continue sending data to AppOptics:
- Set a valid AppOptics service key. See the SolarWinds Observability configuration options for the new configuration file and environment variable names.
- Set the collector configuration to the AppOptics endpoint
Upgrade to a newer version of the legacy AppOptics Agent
The agent is distributed as a standard module on pypi; you can upgrade the way you would another Python package, eg.:
pip install --upgrade appoptics-apm
The agent was named
appoptics in versions prior to 3.x. This documents the upgrade from version 2.x to 3.x.
- Install the new
- Reconfigure instrumented applications following the steps documented to enable the agent
- Once all applications are migrated to use the new package, remove the old
- Update requirements or other dependency management files as needed to refer to the
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