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AWS X-Ray SDK for Python


AWS X-Ray SDK for the Python programming language. The AWS X-Ray SDK for Python is compatible with Python 2.7, 3.4, 3.5, 3.6, 3.7, 3.8, and 3.9. X-Ray Python SDK will by default generate no-op trace and entity id for unsampled requests and secure random trace and entity id for sampled requests. If customer wants to enable generating secure random trace and entity id for all the (sampled/unsampled) requests (this is applicable for trace id injection into logs use case) then they should set the AWS_XRAY_NOOP_ID environment variable as False. Oftentimes, it may be useful to be able to disable X-Ray for specific use cases, whether to stop X-Ray from sending traces at any moment or to test code functionality that originally depended on X-Ray instrumented packages to begin segments prior to the code call. For example, if your application relied on an XRayMiddleware to instrument incoming web requests, and you have a method that begins subsegments based on the segment generated.


  • Start a custom segment/subsegment
  • Use context managers for implicit exceptions recording
  • Async versions of context managers
  • Add annotations/metadata using recorder
  • Generate NoOp Trace and Entity Id
  • Trace AWS Lambda functions

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