Join Cloud Mafia for another great meetup at the New Relic (http://newrelic.com) offices in SOMA. Join us for a night of tech talks, networking and food/drinks with Found (https://www.found.no/) and ElasticSearch (http://www.elasticsearch.com).
This event is free to attend so please share with your network. Please RSVP!
*Food and drinks will be provided!
6-6:45pm Food and Networking
6:45-8pm Tech Talks
8-8:30pm Q&A and Networking
Njål Karevoll, Co-founder at Found
The talk covers how Elasticsearch, Lucene and to some extent search engines in general actually work under the hood. We'll start at the "bottom" (or close enough!) of the many abstraction levels, and gradually move upwards towards the user-visible layers, studying the various internal data structures and behaviors as we ascend. Elasticsearch provides APIs that are very easy to use, and it will get you started and take you far without much effort. However, to get the most of it, it helps to have some knowledge about the underlying algorithms and data structures. This understanding enables you to make full use of its substantial set of features such that you can improve your users search experiences, while at the same time keep your systems performant, reliable and updated in (near) real time.
Kurt Hurtado, Software Engineer - Logstash Engineering Team, Elasticsearch Inc.
The ELK Stack in a DevOps Environment
Through the combined powers of Elasticsearch, Logstash & Kibana (the ELK stack), you’ll have the perfect tools you need to understand your businesses’ disparate data streams, analyze them in real-time and derive insights that empower your entire organization -not just Dev and Ops.
This talk will cover:
-Overview, set-up & deployment
-Configuring your ELK cluster to play well with existing applications
-How the ELK stack democratizes access to data and supports collaboration across teams
Elasticsearch (http://www.elasticsearch.com/) Inc is on a mission to make massive amounts of data usable for businesses everywhere by delivering the world’s most advanced search, analytics and logging engine. You can learn more about the ELK stack – comprised of Elasticsearch, Logstash and Kibana
– at http://www.elasticsearch.com/products/
Found (https://www.found.no/) delivers a hosted and fully managed search service built on top of Elasticsearch. Found hosted Elasticsearch suits a range of uses, from full text search on websites to Big Data analytics. Customers get their own dedicated Elasticsearch cluster with reserved memory and storage. Our search solution is secure and stable, and we’ve made it really easy to perform upgrades and downgrades - without any downtime. For production and mission critical environments we provide replication and automatic failover, protecting clusters against unplanned downtime.
New Relic (http://newrelic.com) is a software analytics company that makes sense of billions of metrics about millions of applications in real time. Our comprehensive SaaS-based solution provides one powerful interface for web and native mobile applications and consolidates the performance monitoring data for any chosen technology in your environment.