Centralised logging for Kubernetes, Creating indexes for multi-tenant solutions

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True Digital Park

101 Sukhumvit Rd · Khet Phra Khanong

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Town Hall S, 7th Floor

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Join us for our August meetup in Bangkok!
Meet the Elastic Community, learn from our Elasticians on what's the newest in the Elastic Stack, and swap stories and use cases with fellow community members.

🎤Agenda
6:30pm - 6.45pm - Registration, food and beverages
6.45pm - 7.00pm - Welcome speech by Pakavat Nonkunakorn, Head of Operations Engineering, True Digital Group
7.00pm - 7.30pm - Centralised logging for Kubernetes by Brendon Matheson
7.30pm - 8.00pm - Creating indexes for multi-tenant solutions by
Patryk Orwat
8.00pm - 8.30pm - Q&A, Mingling

Talk 1: Centralised logging for Kubernetes by Brendon Matheson
A robust centralized logging infrastructure is critical for operating modern distributed architectures and the Elastic Stack is a popular platform for building such an infrastructure. In this presentation we will learn how to flow application logs from a Kubernetes cluster into a central Elasticsearch instance and build a Kibana dashboard to help monitor the ingested logs in near real-time.

Talk 2: Creating indexes for multi-tenant solutions by Patryk Orwat
Creating a solution based on Elasticsearch for one tenant is easy but what to do when you build a product that will be used by many customers, you want to be able to add generic and client-specific functionalities in a way product will be still highly maintainable and you will ensure high availability even if one tenant generates high load? In this talk I want to describe how you can model Elasticsearch indexes using several features provided by the product to create a multi-tenant solution

📍Venue instructions
True Digital Park
Town Hall S, 7th Floor

🎉 Local community organizers wanted!
We’d love to have this user group meet more regularly, so we’re looking for a local organizer based in KL who will help the group thrive, and the Community Team at Elastic is here to support you. If you’re interested email us at [masked].