So you use Apache log4j, right? The industry's most widely used logging framework. Since its inception, thousands of industry tools also use log4J. You might be familiar with the the tens of log 4J appenders available with it too. But in a transactional online application, where thousands of concurrent users are logging in, how do you filter each user activity ? After certain months, you are ought to say that your log files are overwritten and you can't find the information you are looking for.
Why don't we combine the ability of log4j with the salient features of big data? In this presentation, filled with Java stuff, let me show you an industry first (hopefully the best) approach to logging, eliminating your frustrations( if any) with log4J.
We will implement and and you will learn a new architecture paradigm which you can extend to any levels in your enterprise.
See you, and don't miss. Not only this is the first of its kind in the big data world, but an innovation in industry too. So learn this before anyone else...aboslutely free to my meetup friends