Built-in instrumentation modulesedit

For each server instrumentation module, a transaction is reported for each handled request. The transaction will be stored in the request context, which can be obtained through that framework’s API. The request context can be used for reporting custom spans.

module/apmhttpedit

Package apmhttp provides a low-level net/http middleware handler. Other web middleware should typically be based off this.

For each request, a transaction is stored in the request context, which can be obtained via http.Request.Context in your handler.

import (
	"go.elastic.co/apm/module/apmhttp/v2"
)

func main() {
	var myHandler http.Handler = ...
	tracedHandler := apmhttp.Wrap(myHandler)
}

The apmhttp handler will recover panics and send them to Elastic APM.

Package apmhttp also provides functions for instrumenting an http.Client or http.RoundTripper such that outgoing requests are traced as spans, if the request context includes a transaction. When performing the request, the enclosing context should be propagated by using http.Request.WithContext, or a helper, such as those provided by https://golang.org/x/net/context/ctxhttp.

Client spans are not ended until the response body is fully consumed or closed. If you fail to do either, the span will not be sent. Always close the response body to ensure HTTP connections can be reused; see func (*Client) Do.

import (
	"net/http"

	"golang.org/x/net/context/ctxhttp"

	"go.elastic.co/apm/v2"
	"go.elastic.co/apm/module/apmhttp/v2"
)

var tracingClient = apmhttp.WrapClient(http.DefaultClient)

func serverHandler(w http.ResponseWriter, req *http.Request) {
	// Propagate the transaction context contained in req.Context().
	resp, err := ctxhttp.Get(req.Context(), tracingClient, "http://backend.local/foo")
	if err != nil {
		apm.CaptureError(req.Context(), err).Send()
		http.Error(w, "failed to query backend", 500)
		return
	}
	body, err := ioutil.ReadAll(resp.Body)
	...
}

func main() {
	http.ListenAndServe(":8080", apmhttp.Wrap(http.HandlerFunc(serverHandler)))
}

module/apmfasthttpedit

Package apmfasthttp provides a low-level valyala/fasthttp middleware request handler. Other fasthttp-based web middleware should typically be based off this.

For each request, a transaction is stored in the request context, which can be obtained via fasthttp.RequestCtx in your handler using apm.TransactionFromContext.

import (
	"github.com/valyala/fasthttp"

	"go.elastic.co/apm/module/apmfasthttp/v2"
)

func main() {
	var myHandler fasthttp.RequestHandler = func(ctx *fasthttp.RequestCtx) {
		apmCtx := apm.TransactionFromContext(ctx)
		// ...
	}
	tracedHandler := apmfasthttp.Wrap(myHandler)
}

The apmfasthttp handler will recover panics and send them to Elastic APM.

module/apmechoedit

Packages apmecho and apmechov4 provide middleware for the Echo web framework, versions 3.x and 4.x respectively.

If you are using Echo 4.x (github.com/labstack/echo/v4), use module/apmechov4. For the older Echo 3.x versions (github.com/labstack/echo), use module/apmecho.

For each request, a transaction is stored in the request context, which can be obtained via echo.Context.Request().Context() in your handler.

import (
	echo "github.com/labstack/echo/v4"

	"go.elastic.co/apm/module/apmechov4/v2"
)

func main() {
	e := echo.New()
	e.Use(apmechov4.Middleware())
	...
}

The middleware will recover panics and send them to Elastic APM, so you do not need to install the echo/middleware.Recover middleware.

module/apmginedit

Package apmgin provides middleware for the Gin web framework.

For each request, a transaction is stored in the request context, which can be obtained via gin.Context.Request.Context() in your handler.

import (
	"go.elastic.co/apm/module/apmgin/v2"
)

func main() {
	engine := gin.New()
	engine.Use(apmgin.Middleware(engine))
	...
}

The apmgin middleware will recover panics and send them to Elastic APM, so you do not need to install the gin.Recovery middleware.

module/apmfiberedit

Package apmfiber provides middleware for the Fiber web framework, versions 2.x (v2.18.0 and greater).

For each request, a transaction is stored in the request context, which can be obtained via fiber.Ctx.Context() in your handler.

import (
	"go.elastic.co/apm/module/apmfiber/v2"
)

func main() {
	app := fiber.New()
	app.Use(apmfiber.Middleware())
	...
}

The apmfiber middleware will recover panics and send them to Elastic APM, so you do not need to install the fiber recover middleware. You can disable default behaviour by using WithPanicPropagation option.

module/apmbeegoedit

Package apmbeego provides middleware for the Beego web framework.

For each request, a transaction is stored in the request context, which can be obtained via beego/context.Context.Request.Context() in your controller.

import (
	"github.com/astaxie/beego"

	"go.elastic.co/apm/v2"
	"go.elastic.co/apm/module/apmbeego/v2"
)

type thingController struct{beego.Controller}

func (c *thingController) Get() {
	span, _ := apm.StartSpan(c.Ctx.Request.Context(), "thingController.Get", "controller")
	span.End()
	...
}

func main() {
	beego.Router("/", &thingController{})
	beego.Router("/thing/:id:int", &thingController{}, "get:Get")
	beego.RunWithMiddleWares("localhost:8080", apmbeego.Middleware())
}

module/apmgorillaedit

Package apmgorilla provides middleware for the Gorilla Mux router.

For each request, a transaction is stored in the request context, which can be obtained via http.Request.Context() in your handler.

import (
	"github.com/gorilla/mux"

	"go.elastic.co/apm/module/apmgorilla/v2"
)

func main() {
	router := mux.NewRouter()
	apmgorilla.Instrument(router)
	...
}

The apmgorilla middleware will recover panics and send them to Elastic APM, so you do not need to install any other recovery middleware.

module/apmgrpcedit

Package apmgrpc provides server and client interceptors for gRPC-Go. Server interceptors report transactions for each incoming request, while client interceptors report spans for each outgoing request. For each RPC served, a transaction is stored in the context passed into the method.

import (
	"go.elastic.co/apm/module/apmgrpc/v2"
)

func main() {
	server := grpc.NewServer(
		grpc.UnaryInterceptor(apmgrpc.NewUnaryServerInterceptor()),
		grpc.StreamInterceptor(apmgrpc.NewStreamServerInterceptor()),
	)
	...
	conn, err := grpc.Dial(addr,
		grpc.WithUnaryInterceptor(apmgrpc.NewUnaryClientInterceptor()),
		grpc.WithStreamInterceptor(apmgrpc.NewStreamClientInterceptor()),
	)
	...
}

The server interceptor can optionally be made to recover panics, in the same way as grpc_recovery. The apmgrpc server interceptor will always send panics it observes as errors to the Elastic APM server. If you want to recover panics but also want to continue using grpc_recovery, then you should ensure that it comes before the apmgrpc interceptor in the interceptor chain, or panics will not be captured by apmgrpc.

server := grpc.NewServer(grpc.UnaryInterceptor(
	apmgrpc.NewUnaryServerInterceptor(apmgrpc.WithRecovery()),
))
...

Stream interceptors emit transactions and spans that represent the entire stream, and not individual messages. For client streams, spans will be ended when the request fails; when any of grpc.ClientStream.RecvMsg, grpc.ClientStream.SendMsg, or grpc.ClientStream.Header return with an error; or when grpc.ClientStream.RecvMsg returns for a non-streaming server method.

module/apmhttprouteredit

Package apmhttprouter provides a low-level middleware handler for httprouter.

For each request, a transaction is stored in the request context, which can be obtained via http.Request.Context() in your handler.

import (
	"github.com/julienschmidt/httprouter"

	"go.elastic.co/apm/module/apmhttprouter/v2"
)

func main() {
	router := httprouter.New()

	const route = "/my/route"
	router.GET(route, apmhttprouter.Wrap(h, route))
	...
}

httprouter does not provide a means of obtaining the matched route, hence the route must be passed into the wrapper.

Alternatively, use the apmhttprouter.Router type, which wraps httprouter.Router, providing the same API and instrumenting added routes. To use this wrapper type, rewrite your use of httprouter.New to apmhttprouter.New; the returned type is *apmhttprouter.Router, and not *httprouter.Router.

import "go.elastic.co/apm/module/apmhttprouter/v2"

func main() {
	router := apmhttprouter.New()

	router.GET(route, h)
	...
}

module/apmnegroniedit

Package apmnegroni provides middleware for the negroni library.

For each request, a transaction is stored in the request context, which can be obtained via http.Request.Context in your handler.

import (
	"net/http"

	"go.elastic.co/apm/module/apmnegroni/v2"
)

func serverHandler(w http.ResponseWriter, req *http.Request) {
	...
}

func main() {
	n := negroni.New()
	n.Use(apmnegroni.Middleware())
	n.UseHandler(serverHandler)
	http.ListenAndServe(":8080", n)
}

The apmnegroni handler will recover panics and send them to Elastic APM.

module/apmlambdaedit

Package apmlambda intercepts requests to your AWS Lambda function invocations.

This functionality is in technical preview and may be changed or removed in a future release. Elastic will apply best effort to fix any issues, but features in technical preview are not subject to the support SLA of official GA features.

Importing the package is enough to report the function invocations.

import (
	_ "go.elastic.co/apm/module/apmlambda/v2"
)

We currently do not expose the transactions via context; when we do, it will be necessary to make a small change to your code to call apmlambda.Start instead of lambda.Start.

module/apmsqledit

Package apmsql provides a means of wrapping database/sql drivers so that queries and other executions are reported as spans within the current transaction.

To trace SQL queries, register drivers using apmsql.Register and obtain connections with apmsql.Open. The parameters are exactly the same as if you were to call sql.Register and sql.Open respectively.

As a convenience, we also provide packages which will automatically register popular drivers with apmsql.Register:

  • module/apmsql/pq (github.com/lib/pq)
  • module/apmsql/pgxv4 (github.com/jackc/pgx/v4/stdlib)
  • module/apmsql/mysql (github.com/go-sql-driver/mysql)
  • module/apmsql/sqlite3 (github.com/mattn/go-sqlite3)
import (
	"go.elastic.co/apm/module/apmsql/v2"
	_ "go.elastic.co/apm/module/apmsql/v2/pq"
	_ "go.elastic.co/apm/module/apmsql/v2/sqlite3"
)

func main() {
	db, err := apmsql.Open("postgres", "postgres://...")
	db, err := apmsql.Open("sqlite3", ":memory:")
}

Spans will be created for queries and other statement executions if the context methods are used, and the context includes a transaction.

module/apmgopgedit

Package apmgopg provides a means of instrumenting go-pg database operations.

To trace go-pg statements, call apmgopg.Instrument with the database instance you plan on using and provide a context that contains an apm transaction.

import (
	"github.com/go-pg/pg"

	"go.elastic.co/apm/module/apmgopg/v2"
)

func main() {
	db := pg.Connect(&pg.Options{})
	apmgopg.Instrument(db)

	db.WithContext(ctx).Model(...)
}

Spans will be created for queries and other statement executions if the context methods are used, and the context includes a transaction.

module/apmgopgv10edit

Package apmgopgv10 provides a means of instrumenting v10 of go-pg database operations.

To trace go-pg statements, call apmgopgv10.Instrument with the database instance you plan on using and provide a context that contains an apm transaction.

import (
	"github.com/go-pg/pg/v10"

	"go.elastic.co/apm/module/apmgopgv10/v2"
)

func main() {
	db := pg.Connect(&pg.Options{})
	apmgopg.Instrument(db)

	db.WithContext(ctx).Model(...)
}

module/apmgormedit

Package apmgorm provides a means of instrumenting GORM database operations.

To trace GORM operations, import the appropriate apmgorm/dialects package (instead of the gorm/dialects package), and use apmgorm.Open (instead of gorm.Open). The parameters are exactly the same.

Once you have a *gorm.DB from apmgorm.Open, you can call apmgorm.WithContext to propagate a context containing a transaction to the operations:

import (
	"go.elastic.co/apm/module/apmgorm/v2"
	_ "go.elastic.co/apm/module/apmgorm/v2/dialects/postgres"
)

func main() {
	db, err := apmgorm.Open("postgres", "")
	...
	db = apmgorm.WithContext(ctx, db)
	db.Find(...) // creates a "SELECT FROM <foo>" span
}

module/apmgormv2edit

Package apmgormv2 provides a means of instrumenting GORM database operations.

To trace GORM operations, import the appropriate apmgormv2/driver package (instead of the gorm.io/driver package), use these dialects to gorm.Open instead of gorm drivers.

Once you have a *gorm.DB, you can call db.WithContext to propagate a context containing a transaction to the operations:

import (
	"gorm.io/gorm"
	postgres "go.elastic.co/apm/module/apmgormv2/v2/driver/postgres"
)

func main() {
	db, err := gorm.Open(postgres.Open("dsn"), &gorm.Config{})
	...
	db = db.WithContext(ctx)
	db.Find(...) // creates a "SELECT FROM <foo>" span
}

module/apmgocqledit

Package apmgocql provides a means of instrumenting gocql so that queries are reported as spans within the current transaction.

To report gocql queries, construct an apmgocql.Observer and assign it to the QueryObserver and BatchObserver fields of gocql.ClusterConfig, or install it into a specific gocql.Query or gocql.Batch via their Observer methods.

Spans will be created for queries as long as they have context associated, and the context includes a transaction.

import (
	"github.com/gocql/gocql"

	"go.elastic.co/apm/module/apmgocql/v2"
)

func main() {
	observer := apmgocql.NewObserver()
	config := gocql.NewCluster("cassandra_host")
	config.QueryObserver = observer
	config.BatchObserver = observer

	session, err := config.CreateSession()
	...
	err = session.Query("SELECT * FROM foo").WithContext(ctx).Exec()
	...
}

module/apmredigoedit

Package apmredigo provides a means of instrumenting Redigo so that Redis commands are reported as spans within the current transaction.

To report Redis commands, use the top-level Do or DoWithTimeout functions. These functions have the same signature as the redis.Conn equivalents apart from an initial context.Context parameter. If the context passed in contains a sampled transaction, a span will be reported for the Redis command.

Another top-level function, Wrap, is provided to wrap a redis.Conn such that its Do and DoWithTimeout methods call the above mentioned functions. Initially, the wrapped connection will be associated with the background context; its WithContext method may be used to obtain a shallow copy with another context. For example, in an HTTP middleware you might bind a connection to the request context, which would associate spans with the request’s APM transaction.

import (
	"net/http"

	"github.com/gomodule/redigo/redis"

	"go.elastic.co/apm/module/apmredigo/v2"
)

var redisPool *redis.Pool // initialized at program startup

func handleRequest(w http.ResponseWriter, req *http.Request) {
	// Wrap and bind redis.Conn to request context. If the HTTP
	// server is instrumented with Elastic APM (e.g. with apmhttp),
	// Redis commands will be reported as spans within the request's
	// transaction.
	conn := apmredigo.Wrap(redisPool.Get()).WithContext(req.Context())
	defer conn.Close()
	...
}

module/apmgoredisedit

Package apmgoredis provides a means of instrumenting go-redis/redis so that Redis commands are reported as spans within the current transaction.

To report Redis commands, use the top-level Wrap function to wrap a redis.Client, redis.ClusterClient, or redis.Ring. Initially, the wrapped client will be associated with the background context; its WithContext method may be used to obtain a shallow copy with another context. For example, in an HTTP middleware you might bind a client to the request context, which would associate spans with the request’s APM transaction.

import (
	"net/http"

	"github.com/go-redis/redis"

	"go.elastic.co/apm/module/apmgoredis/v2"
)

var redisClient *redis.Client // initialized at program startup

func handleRequest(w http.ResponseWriter, req *http.Request) {
	// Wrap and bind redisClient to the request context. If the HTTP
	// server is instrumented with Elastic APM (e.g. with apmhttp),
	// Redis commands will be reported as spans within the request's
	// transaction.
	client := apmgoredis.Wrap(redisClient).WithContext(req.Context())
	...
}

module/apmgoredisv8edit

Package apmgoredisv8 provides a means of instrumenting go-redis/redis for v8 so that Redis commands are reported as spans within the current transaction.

To report Redis commands, you can call AddHook(apmgoredis.NewHook()) from instance of redis.Client, redis.ClusterClient, or redis.Ring.

import (
	"github.com/go-redis/redis/v8"

	apmgoredis "go.elastic.co/apm/module/apmgoredisv8/v2"
)

func main() {
	redisClient := redis.NewClient(&redis.Options{})
	// Add apm hook to redisClient.
	// Redis commands will be reported as spans within the current transaction.
	redisClient.AddHook(apmgoredis.NewHook())

	redisClient.Get(ctx, "key")
}

module/apmrestfuledit

Package apmrestful provides a go-restful filter for tracing requests, and capturing panics.

For each request, a transaction is stored in the request context, which can be obtained via http.Request.Context() in your handler.

import (
	"github.com/emicklei/go-restful"

	"go.elastic.co/apm/module/apmrestful/v2"
)

func init() {
	// Trace all requests to web services registered with the default container.
	restful.Filter(apmrestful.Filter())
}

func main() {
	var ws restful.WebService
	ws.Path("/things").Consumes(restful.MIME_JSON, restful.MIME_XML).Produces(restful.MIME_JSON, restful.MIME_XML)
	ws.Route(ws.GET("/{id:[0-1]+}").To(func(req *restful.Request, resp *restful.Response) {
		// req.Request.Context() should be propagated to downstream operations such as database queries.
	}))
	...
}

module/apmchiedit

Package apmchi provides middleware for chi routers, for tracing requests and capturing panics.

For each request, a transaction is stored in the request context, which can be obtained via http.Request.Context() in your handler.

import (
	"github.com/go-chi/chi"

	"go.elastic.co/apm/module/apmchi/v2"
)

func main() {
	r := chi.NewRouter()
	r.Use(apmchi.Middleware())
	r.Get("/route/{pattern}", routeHandler)
	...
}

module/apmlogrusedit

Package apmlogrus provides a logrus Hook implementation for sending error messages to Elastic APM, as well as a function for adding trace context fields to log records.

import (
	"github.com/sirupsen/logrus"

	"go.elastic.co/apm/module/apmlogrus/v2"
)

func init() {
	// apmlogrus.Hook will send "error", "panic", and "fatal" level log messages to Elastic APM.
	logrus.AddHook(&apmlogrus.Hook{})
}

func handleRequest(w http.ResponseWriter, req *http.Request) {
	// apmlogrus.TraceContext extracts the transaction and span (if any) from the given context,
	// and returns logrus.Fields containing the trace, transaction, and span IDs.
	traceContextFields := apmlogrus.TraceContext(req.Context())
	logrus.WithFields(traceContextFields).Debug("handling request")

	// Output:
	// {"level":"debug","msg":"handling request","time":"1970-01-01T00:00:00Z","trace.id":"67829ae467e896fb2b87ec2de50f6c0e","transaction.id":"67829ae467e896fb"}
}

module/apmzapedit

Package apmzap provides a go.uber.org/zap/zapcore.Core implementation for sending error messages to Elastic APM, as well as a function for adding trace context fields to log records.

import (
	"go.uber.org/zap"

	"go.elastic.co/apm/module/apmzap/v2"
)

// apmzap.Core.WrapCore will wrap the core created by zap.NewExample
// such that logs are also sent to the apmzap.Core.
//
// apmzap.Core will send "error", "panic", and "fatal" level log
// messages to Elastic APM.
var logger = zap.NewExample(zap.WrapCore((&apmzap.Core{}).WrapCore))

func handleRequest(w http.ResponseWriter, req *http.Request) {
	// apmzap.TraceContext extracts the transaction and span (if any)
	// from the given context, and returns zap.Fields containing the
	// trace, transaction, and span IDs.
	traceContextFields := apmzap.TraceContext(req.Context())
	logger.With(traceContextFields...).Debug("handling request")

	// Output:
	// {"level":"debug","msg":"handling request","trace.id":"67829ae467e896fb2b87ec2de50f6c0e","transaction.id":"67829ae467e896fb"}
}

module/apmzerologedit

Package apmzerolog provides an implementation of Zerolog's LevelWriter interface for sending error records to Elastic APM, as well as functions for adding trace context and detailed error stack traces to log records.

import (
	"net/http"

	"github.com/rs/zerolog"

	"go.elastic.co/apm/module/apmzerolog/v2"
)

// apmzerolog.Writer will send log records with the level error or greater to Elastic APM.
var logger = zerolog.New(zerolog.MultiLevelWriter(os.Stdout, &apmzerolog.Writer{}))

func init() {
	// apmzerolog.MarshalErrorStack will extract stack traces from
	// errors produced by github.com/pkg/errors. The main difference
	// with github.com/rs/zerolog/pkgerrors.MarshalStack is that
	// the apmzerolog implementation records fully-qualified function
	// names, enabling errors reported to Elastic APM to be attributed
	// to the correct package.
	zerolog.ErrorStackMarshaler = apmzerolog.MarshalErrorStack
}

func traceLoggingMiddleware(h http.Handler) http.Handler {
	return http.HandlerFunc(func(w http.ResponseWriter, req *http.Request) {
		ctx := req.Context()
		logger := zerolog.Ctx(ctx).Hook(apmzerolog.TraceContextHook(ctx))
		req = req.WithContext(logger.WithContext(ctx))
		h.ServeHTTP(w, req)
	})
}

module/apmelasticsearchedit

Package apmelasticsearch provides a means of instrumenting the HTTP transport of Elasticsearch clients, such as go-elasticsearch and olivere/elastic, so that Elasticsearch requests are reported as spans within the current transaction.

To create spans for an Elasticsearch request, wrap the client’s HTTP transport using the WrapRoundTripper function, and then associate the request with a context containing a transaction.

import (
	"net/http"

	"github.com/olivere/elastic"

	"go.elastic.co/apm/module/apmelasticsearch/v2"
)

var client, _ = elastic.NewClient(elastic.SetHttpClient(&http.Client{
	Transport: apmelasticsearch.WrapRoundTripper(http.DefaultTransport),
}))

func handleRequest(w http.ResponseWriter, req *http.Request) {
	result, err := client.Search("index").Query(elastic.NewMatchAllQuery()).Do(req.Context())
	...
}

module/apmmongoedit

Package apmmongo provides a means of instrumenting the MongoDB Go Driver, so that MongoDB commands are reported as spans within the current transaction.

To create spans for MongoDB commands, pass in a CommandMonitor created with apmmongo.CommandMonitor as an option when constructing a client, and then when executing commands, pass in a context containing a transaction.

import (
	"context"
	"net/http"

	"go.mongodb.org/mongo-driver/bson"
	"go.mongodb.org/mongo-driver/mongo"
	"go.mongodb.org/mongo-driver/mongo/options"

	"go.elastic.co/apm/module/apmmongo/v2"
)

var client, _ = mongo.Connect(
	context.Background(),
	options.Client().SetMonitor(apmmongo.CommandMonitor()),
)

func handleRequest(w http.ResponseWriter, req *http.Request) {
	collection := client.Database("db").Collection("coll")
	cur, err := collection.Find(req.Context(), bson.D{})
	...
}

module/apmawssdkgoedit

Package apmawssdkgo provides a means of instrumenting the AWS SDK Go session object, so that AWS requests are reported as spans within the current transaction.

To create spans for AWS requests, you should wrap the session.Session created with session.NewSession when constructing a client. When executing commands, pass in a context containing a transaction.

The following services are supported:

  • S3
  • DynamoDB
  • SQS
  • SNS

Passing a session.Session wrapped with apmawssdkgo.WrapSession to these services from the AWS SDK will report spans within the current transaction.

import (
	"context"
	"net/http"

	"github.com/aws/aws-sdk-go/aws"
	"github.com/aws/aws-sdk-go/aws/session"
	"github.com/aws/aws-sdk-go/service/s3/s3manager"

	"go.elastic.co/apm/module/apmawssdkgo/v2"
)

func main() {
  session := session.Must(session.NewSession())
  session = apmawssdkgo.WrapSession(session)

  uploader := s3manager.NewUploader(session)
  s := &server{uploader}
  ...
}

func (s *server) handleRequest(w http.ResponseWriter, req *http.Request) {
  ctx := req.Context()
  out, err := s.uploader.UploadWithContext(ctx, &s3manager.UploadInput{
    Bucket: aws.String("your-bucket"),
    Key:    aws.String("your-key"),
    Body:   bytes.NewBuffer([]byte("your-body")),
  })
  ...
}

module/apmazureedit

Package apmazure provides a means of instrumenting the Azure Pipeline Go pipeline object, so that Azure requests are reported as spans within the current transaction.

To create spans for Azure requests, you should create a new pipeline using the relevant service’s NewPipeline function, like azblob.NewPipeline, then wrap the pipeline.Pipeline with apmazure.WrapPipeline. The returned Pipeline can be used as normal.

The following services are supported:

  • Blob Storage
  • Queue Storage
  • File Storage
import (
  "github.com/Azure/azure-storage-blob-go/azblob"

  "go.elastic.co/apm/module/apmazure/v2"
)

func main() {
  p := azblob.NewPipeline(azblob.NewAnonymousCredential(), po)
  p = apmazure.WrapPipeline(p)
  u, err := url.Parse("https://my-account.blob.core.windows.net")
  serviceURL := azblob.NewServiceURL(*u, p)
  containerURL := serviceURL.NewContainerURL("mycontainer")
  blobURL := containerURL.NewBlobURL("readme.txt")
  // Use the blobURL to interact with Blob Storage
  ...
}