# Log management with Logstash, Elasticsearch, and Kibana

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..Hey Guys,

long time no hear! But this is going to change soon with another hands on elasticsearch meetup session.

Enough with theory, now let's get down to some practical applications.

Please make a room in your schedule for the 28th of October.

Speaker: Phillip Krenn

Topic: # Log management with Logstash, Elasticsearch, and Kibana

Enough with Elasticsearch introductions and background, let's do something practical. How can you manage your logs with the ELK (Elasticsearch, Logstash, and Kibana) stack? This will be a hands-on demonstration on how to fetch your Tomcat logs with Logstash and how to visualize this information in Kibana.

Bio: Philipp Krenn is running everything database related and the cloud infrastructure of the Vienna based B2B company ecosio. When not fighting MongoDB, MySQL, Jenkins, or AWS, he is giving NoSQL and cloud computing trainings or organizes his meetups ViennaDB and Papers We Love Vienna

Speaker: Bernhard Woditschka

Topic: # How to get the ELK stack running with Docker within minutes. LIVE DEMO

Interested in using the ELK stack on your own servers to get a grip of your log files? Join us for the live demo! You will see how easy it is to get the complete ELK stack running in a couple of minutes. One of the simplest way to install services nowadays is to use Docker. So we’ll grab a new Ubuntu machine from the DigitalOcean cloud, install Docker on it and start Logstash, Elasicsearch and Kibana containers. At the end of the session we’ll be able to feed, analyze and visualize the servers logfiles.

Bio: Bernhard’s passion is developing software. His work experience ranges from small companies to large, multinational corporations and teams. He likes to ship early and often as well as to automate everything. He has a strong focus on Java, Spring and DevOps.

Hope to see you soon!