Meetup at Elastic Offices featuring Reltio

Hosted by Elastic Silicon Valley User Group

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Elastic Office

800 El Camino West Suite 170 · Mountain View, CA

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Help us break in our new office space in Mountain View by attending our first meetup held at Elastic US Headquarters! Hear talks from Reltio and Elastic, and enjoy food, drinks, and a special treat to celebrate our inaugural meetup in our new space.

6:00 PM- 6:30 PM: Food, drinks, mingling

6:30 PM-7:00 PM: "Illuminating Enterprise Data-driven Applications with ElasticSearch" by Anastasia Zamyshlyaeva, Chief Architect at Reltio

7:00 PM-8:00 PM: Open Q&A with CTO, Shay Banon

Title: Illuminating Enterprise Data-driven Applications with ElasticSearch

Abstract: ElasticSearch's flexibility and scalability make it an ideal foundation for a modern data management architecture. Come hear how Reltio (http://www.reltio.com/) is using ElasticSearch, in combination with graph technologies and Spark to deliver a new breed of data-driven applications.In this presentation you'll find out:How we ended up selecting ElasticSearchWhat are the unique characteristics of data-driven applications
The best practices we learned by combining ElasticSearch, Cassandra, graph technology, Spark and more

Speaker Bio

ANASTASIA ZAMYSHLYAEVA - CHIEF ARCHITECT (http://linkedin.com/pub/anastasia-zamyshlyaeva/8/471/190)

Anastasia is responsible for Reltio's engineering team and technical product architecture. She has extensive experience in big data and enterprise software architecture, including the design of core components of the Informatica Master Data Management platform. Anastasia holds a MS in Computer Science from Chelyabinsk State University where she conducted research in the area of distributed graph computing.

Shay Banon, Elastic CTO

Shay is the creator of Elasticsearch, the open source, distributed, RESTful search and analytics engine. Before creating Elasticsearch, Shay spent more than a decade building complex distributed systems and open source search solutions.