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Join the Elastic Community

This group is for anyone interested in open source search, logging, analytics & data visualization. We primarily focus on these open source projects — Elasticsearch, Kibana, Logstash, and Beats ( http://www.elastic.co/products ) — but we welcome talks on any aspect of data exploration.

We want to hear from you — and so do other meetup members!

Present about your Elastic Stack stories, be it a lightning talk or a 25-45 minute presentation with Q&A. Our Speaker Guide ( https://eemrich.gitbooks.io/elastic-user-group-speaker-guidelines/content/ ) is full of tips on giving a stellar presentation. If you’re interested visit the elastic/call-for-meetups repo ( https://github.com/elastic/call-for-meetups ).

Host a meetup:

Hosting a meetup at your office, is another way to get more involved with the community. This is a great way to showcase your space (especially if you’re trying to recruit). Your facilities don't need to be fancy — we're looking for a comfortable vibe, a projector, screen, chairs, and a place to serve refreshments. Email meetups@elastic.co if you’re interested.

Learn more about Elastic

Elastic Community:

https://www.elastic.co/community

Monthly Community Newsletter:

https://www.elastic.co/community/newsletter

Discussion Forums:

https://discuss.elastic.co/

Code of Conduct

This Meetup community adheres to the Elastic Community Code of Conduct ( https://www.elastic.co/community/codeofconduct ). Attendance to events run as part of this Meetup group means you agree to be an awesome human and engage by these rules.

This group is for anyone interested in open source search, logging, analytics & data visualization. We primarily focus on these open source projects — Elasticsearch, Kibana, Logstash, and Beats (www.elastic.co/products) — but we welcome talks on any aspect of data exploration.

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Come ho imparato a non preoccuparmi e ad amare i Client di Elasticsearch

Abstract: Interagire con un sistema distribuito come Elasticsearch può essere complesso. Problemi di rete, nodi irraggiungibili e la topologia del sistema che può cambiare in ogni momento. Non sarebbe una buona idea rimuovere questi problemi dalla business logic? In questo talk, Tomas farà un approfondimento di come i client ufficiali di Elasticsearch risolvono questi problemi, come sono disegnati e come possono essere personalizzati a seconda delle vostre necessità. Bio: Tomas è uno sviluppatore software, che trascorre la maggior parte del tempo a programmare in JavaScript e Node.js. Lavora per Elastic come Senior Software Engineer nel team dei Clients, concentrandosi sul client JavaScript. Tomas è anche l'autore del web framework Fastify e parte del suo ecosistema. Cerca costantemente di arricchire le sue conoscenze e l'esplorazione di nuove tecnologie; inoltre, è un forte sostenitore dell'Open Source e sarà sempre appassionato di tecnologia, design e musica.

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