We are pleased to announce the 17th Elastic meetup in Paris.
The meetup will be held at the Nuxeo office at 46 Rue René Clair, Paris.
Here's the agenda:
6:30 p.m. Networking, Pizza & Drinks
7:00 p.m. Talk 1 - Damien Metzler (Nuxeo)
7:45 p.m. Talk 2 - Anthony Baillard (Out of Pluto)
8:30 p.m. Q&A session
9:00 p.m. More networking and pizza
Talk 1 - Scaling the Content Repository with Elasticsearch
This talk would explain how to leverage Elasticsearch capabilities to make a content repository scale to the sky while still relying on standard SQL based technologies and ensuring data security and integrity. The design choices behind this hybrid Elasticsearch / PgSQL architecture will be discussed and the technical integration with Elasticsearch will be demonstrated.
Damien Metzler is a Senior Architect, Online Services at Nuxeo since 2013. More specifically, he designed and implemented the Nuxeo Platform’s extensible REST API (https://doc.nuxeo.com/display/NXDOC/REST+API) and now works on our Online Services (http://www.nuxeo.com/products/online-services/) infrastructure, including Nuxeo Studio. He specifically enjoys well crafted APIs, and is a devoted follower of Test-Driven Development and micro-services-based architecture.
Talk 2 - An Elastic Search use case: searching over 1.5M bounding boxes
Elastic Search is successfully used in several of our projects. I will present a cell biology application for an innovative medical imaging company.It analyses slides of 100,000x100,000 pixels for cell detection and it generates around 1.5M objects. Scientists can use a full-web viewer with zoom-in and dragging functions to look at the results in detail. A JSON-RPC 2 API, that needs to be fast and accurate, retrieves the objects. That's where ES offers a very powerful solution to search among a large set of bounding boxes.First, I will introduce the industrial application and the indexing process. Then, I will give a quick overview of the golang/ES library we are writing. Last but not least, I will share some performance statistical data and I will present a demo of the viewer.
Anthony Baillard is co-founder and president of the startup in new technologies Out of Pluto. He works on projects involving technologies such as Go, noSQL databases, Elastic Search, Arduino, or Django/Python for various clients: artists, research labs or other startups in science. He has launched several projects such as the digital agency Fantom, the website Boutic Republic, or the future e-learning platform seformerdansletourisme.com (http://seformerdansletourisme.com/). Out of Pluto is currently working on goose, a Go library for Elastic Search. Anthony lives in Paris where he splits his time between work, running, art exhibitions, and bars.