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💻First virtual user group within the Elastic Community! If you don't live near an active Elastic User Group, or just yearn for more high quality technical sessions, this virtual user group is for you!

🗓️🌏We are planning to run regular online meetups, scheduled in the Asia Pacific time zone.

🎤What we will share during these meetups - all things related to Elastic; from cluster deployment, data ingestion & enrichment, visualization, machine learning, application performance monitoring, SIEM, observability, and much much more! Meetups will consist of technical enablement as well as discussions on new features and an "Ask Me Anything"/Q&A session at the end.

We welcome talks on any aspect of data exploration! If you are keen in presenting, just drop us a note or email us at meetups@elastic.co

Upcoming events (2)

Elastic Virtual Meetup #3: Make Your Data FABulous

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THIS IS A FREE EVENT - PLEASE FINISH YOUR RSVP IN THE LINK BELOW https://community.elastic.co/events/details/elastic-elastic-apj-virtual-user-group-presents-elastic-virtual-meetup-3-make-your-data-fabulous/ This is a virtual meetup occurring at 3.30PM India Standard time / 6.00PM Singapore Time (Please use the timezone calculator to find out your local time). Timezone calculator: https://ela.st/virtualmu3 Please click on the invite link below to register and join! Invite: https://elastic.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_7-ZRNguwTHys38YKV6lgow Topic: Make Your Data FABulous The CAP theorem is widely known for distributed systems, but it's not the only tradeoff you should be aware of. For datastores there is also the FAB theory and just like with the CAP theorem you can only pick two: * Fast: Results are real-time or near real-time instead of batch oriented. * Accurate: Answers are exact and don't have a margin of error. * Big: You require horizontal scaling and need to distribute your data. While Fast and Big are relatively easy to understand, Accurate is a bit harder to picture. This talk shows some concrete examples of accuracy tradeoffs Elasticsearch can take for terms aggregations, cardinality aggregations with HyperLogLog++, and the IDF part of full-text search. Or how to trade some speed or the distribution for more accuracy. Speaker: Philipp Krenn, Community Advocate, Elastic Philipp lives to demo interesting technology. Having worked as a web, infrastructure, and database engineer for more than ten years, Philipp is now working as a developer advocate at Elastic — the company behind the open source Elastic Stack consisting of Elasticsearch, Kibana, Beats, and Logstash. Based in Vienna, Austria, he is constantly traveling Europe and beyond to speak and discuss about open source software, search, databases, infrastructure, and security. Call-for-speakers We are planning to run regular online meetups, scheduled in the Asia Pacific time zone. We welcome talks on any aspect of data exploration! If you are keen in presenting, just drop us a note or email us at [masked] Agenda --- --- THIS IS A FREE EVENT - PLEASE FINISH YOUR RSVP IN THE LINK BELOW https://community.elastic.co/events/details/elastic-elastic-apj-virtual-user-group-presents-elastic-virtual-meetup-3-make-your-data-fabulous/

Elastic Virtual Meetup #4: How Elastic Works as a Distributed Team/Company

THIS IS A FREE EVENT - PLEASE FINISH YOUR RSVP IN THE LINK BELOW https://community.elastic.co/events/details/elastic-elastic-apj-virtual-user-group-presents-elastic-virtual-meetup-4-how-elastic-works-as-a-distributed-teamcompany/ This is a virtual meetup occurring at 3.00PM India Standard time / 5.30PM Singapore Time (Please use the timezone calculator to find out your local time). Timezone calculator: https://ela.st/virtualmu4 Please click on the invite link below to register and join! Invite: https://elastic.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_hMDqXm4eSoCvtUZbzdKcOg Topic: How Elastic Works as a Distributed Team/Company Building distributed systems is notoriously hard... building a distributed team or company, even more so. At Elastic — the company behind the open source tools Elasticsearch, Kibana, Beats, and Logstash — everything is distributed; the company and our products. This talk dives into the details of how Elastic is thriving on its distributed model: * How Elastic started to be distributed by design. * What our shared values are and what we have learned as we progressed and grew to our current size. * What the day of an Elastician can look like. * What we are using in terms of tooling. * How we hire and onboard new employees. Speaker: Nicolas Rufflin, Principal Software Engineer, Elastic Nicolas Ruflin is a software engineer in the Observability team and organiser of Elastic Meetups in Switzerland. He is passionate about automating everything through software and embraces the constancy of change in the field. When not pondering engineering problems, he enjoys doing all kinds of sports, particularly handball. Call-for-speakers We are planning to run regular online meetups, scheduled in the Asia Pacific time zone. We welcome talks on any aspect of data exploration! If you are keen in presenting, just drop us a note or email us at [masked] Agenda --- --- THIS IS A FREE EVENT - PLEASE FINISH YOUR RSVP IN THE LINK BELOW https://community.elastic.co/events/details/elastic-elastic-apj-virtual-user-group-presents-elastic-virtual-meetup-4-how-elastic-works-as-a-distributed-teamcompany/

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