BigData Boutique - Elastic Partner and Expert Consultants - in co-operation with DoiT International and Google TLV are happy to present this quality meetup to discuss all things Kubernetes and Elasticsearch!
18:00 - Gathering
18:30 - Running Elasticsearch on Kubernetes - Itamar Syn-Hershko
19:10 - Break
19:20 - Kubernetes Monitoring with the Stack: Logs, metrics and APM - Dov Hershkovitch
**Running Elasticsearch on Kubernetes**
Elasticsearch, the leading search engine and real-time analytics platform, can scale to hundreds of nodes and easily accommodate huge amounts of data while still preserving sub-second query latency. How cool would it be if we could run it on top of Kubernetes, the leading container orchestration platform?
As it turns out, we can do that easily and safely! And it's not a joke, despite the meetup date!
Join us in this talk where we will walk you through how to deploy a production-grade Elasticsearch on Kubernetes while adhering to best-practices of both technologies, keeping your data safe and your availability high.
We will also discuss scaling and auto-scaling of Elasticsearch and the Elastic Stack components while running on Kubernetes, and how the Elastic Stack components can be leveraged to a successful and happy deployment.
Itamar Syn-Hershko is BigData Boutique's Founder and CTO, and has been consulting and supporting Elastic deployments all over the world for over 8 years now.
**Kubernetes Monitoring with the Stack: Logs, metrics and APM**
Take your operational visibility to the next level by bringing your logs, metrics, and now APM data under one roof. Learn how Elasticsearch efficiently combines these types of data in a single store and see how Kibana is used to search logs, analyse metrics, and leverage APM features for better performance monitoring and faster troubleshooting.
Dov Hershkovitch is a Senior PM for Logging and Metrics @ Elastic.
Both talks will be delivered in English , and will be recorded.
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