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.
The following frameworks are supported using our new wrapper script for no-code-changes instrumentation:
Please keep in mind that these instrumentations are a work in progress! We’d love to have feedback on our issue tracker.
When installing the agent, an entrypoint script,
elasticapm-run is installed
as well. You can use this script to instrument your app (assuming it’s using a
supported framework) without changing your code!
$ elasticapm-run --version elasticapm-run 6.14.0
Alternatively, you can run the entrypoint directly:
$ python -m elasticapm.instrumentation.wrapper --version elasticapm-run 6.14.0
elasticapm-run script can be used to run any Python script or module:
$ elasticapm-run flask run $ elasticapm-run python myapp.py
Generally, config should be passed in via environment variables. For example,
$ ELASTIC_APM_SERVICE_NAME=my_flask_app elasticapm-run flask run
You can also pass config options as arguments to the script:
$ elasticapm-run --config "service_name=my_flask_app" --config "debug=true" flask run
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