What we're about

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

Getting involved with the community

Presenting a talk 🎙️ it could take from 5 min up to 45 minutes with Q&A, either way, we want to hear from you 🗣! Take a look at our Speaker Guide [1] for great tips on giving a stellar 👏presentation. If you’re interested visit the elastic/call-for-meetups repo [2].

[1]: https://eemrich.gitbooks.io/elastic-user-group-speaker-guidelines/content/
[2]: https://github.com/elastic/call-for-meetups

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🏢 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.

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🎉 Local community organizers wanted!
We’d love to have this user group meet more regularly, so we’re looking for a local organizer who will help the group thrive, and the Community Team at Elastic is here to support you. If you’re interested email us at meetups@elastic.co.
We know that people enjoy giving back to the communities they care about, so we've created a guide [1] to help you get started on your path to starting a Meetup.com user group.
[1]: https://www.elastic.co/community/usergroupguide#overview

🏆What you’ll gain by being a Community Organizer?:
• Public speaking experience
• Community leadership and contribution
• Networking opportunities
• Learn new technical use cases and share your expertise
• Special Elastic swag (and bragging rights, of course).

🌟Expectations:
• Be a fan of Elastic and possess motivation to help build the community
• Commit to organizing the user group for at least one calendar year (at least 3-4 meetups a year)
• Attend the meetups
• Help find speakers and hosts (Elastic can help connect you with other users)
• Create meetup.com announcement (Elastic can help promote)
• Order food & beverages (Elastic is happy to sponsor)

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🎓 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. Attendance to events run as part of this Meetup group means you agree to be an awesome human and engage by these rules.

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Get Started with Logstash Plugin Development

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THIS IS A FREE EVENT - PLEASE FINISH YOUR RSVP IN THE LINK BELOW https://community.elastic.co/events/details/elastic-thailand-presents-get-started-with-logstash-plugin-development/ This an online event, broadcasted over Zoom. Event Time: 8 pm - 9 pm, New Zealand time, November 4th, Wednesday Check the event start time in your local timezone: https://info.elastic.co/timezone-test.html?dt=2020-11-03%2023:00 Abstract: Logstash provides a high-value tool for enriching and extracting value from your logs; but sometimes you want something extra and you get inspired to create a Logstash plugin. Creating plugins is not very difficult, but getting started can be a bit painful. In this talk, the speaker will show you how you can get started very easily using a Docker image (see https://github.com/cameronkerrnz/logstash-plugin-dev). We’ll see how to write a Ruby plugin as well as the new pure-Java plugins, including unit and performance testing. As examples the speaker will show logstash-filter-dnssummary (https://github.com/cameronkerrnz/logstash-filter-dnssummary) for summarising FQDNs to the level of the ‘site’, and more excitingly logstash-filter-mmdb (https://github.com/cameronkerrnz/logstash-filter-mmdb) which lets you enrich your IP addresses into their subnets/VLANs or whatever you like using a custom MMDB, based on the data in your IP Address Management solution. Speaker: Cameron Kerr, Group Leader, Innovation Portfolio, Systems Services, IT Infrastructure, Information Technology Services, University of Otago, New Zealand. Cameron’s effort is spent in modernising and standardising our approach to IT service delivery within IT Infrastructure, which includes on-premises services, network, datacentre, and beyond. As such, he is deeply interested in monitoring, testing, automation and architecture of IT services in an enterprise environment. Most at home in an Open Source landscape, Cameron routinely works with technologies such as Linux, Python, Ansible, Elasticsearch, Prometheus, Grafana, Docker and more. Agenda --- Hosted By Akshesh Doshi, Local Community Organiser --- THIS IS A FREE EVENT - PLEASE FINISH YOUR RSVP IN THE LINK BELOW https://community.elastic.co/events/details/elastic-thailand-presents-get-started-with-logstash-plugin-development/

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