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Elasticsearch, Logstash, Kibana and billions of Mailgun events

Ralph Meijer (@ralphm ) will be presenting his work at Mailgun, where they use Elasticsearch, Logstash and Kibana to analyze billions of events generated by the Mailgun mailing service. 

Citing from Ralph's recent guest blog post on the elasticsearch blog:

Mailgun sends and receives a lot of emails and we track and store every event that happens to every email. It adds up to billions of events per month that we need to make available to our customers, along with the ability easily parse through this data with full text search. 

At the meetup, Ralph will go into more details and will be available for any question you may have.

This time we will start a bit later, to allow people attending the CloudStack Collaboration Conference to join us:

7:00 pm - food and drinks (sponsored by Booking.com, thanks!)

7:30 pm - talk start

See you all there,

Boaz



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