Elasticsearch Expands Q3 2013 Training into Toronto and Austin

With more than 200,000 Downloads Per Month and the Community of Elasticsearch Users Continuing to Rapidly Expand, Company Aggressively Rolling Out Expert Training and Support on Global Basis

Amsterdam, The NetherlandsJune 27, 2013 – 

Elasticsearch, the company behind the popular real-time search and analytics open source project, today announced an updated schedule for its Q3 2013 training program which helps developers use Elasticsearch to solve the most complex big data challenges. Training courses will be held in the next three months across Europe, the United States and Canada. Due to high demand, these courses often sell out just days after they are announced.

Elasticsearch is one of the most popular open source projects in the world and has been downloaded more than 2.5 million times. A data exploration platform, Elasticsearch conducts real-time search and analytics to drive unprecedented insights for organizations in virtually every industry. The Elasticsearch training course provides an overview of fundamental concepts to using it, best-practices, key features, and distributed search application development. To date, hundreds have completed the training, which includes interactive discussions and case study presentations.

The Elasticsearch core training course covers topics including:

  • Introduction – Terminology, basic concepts, setting up and basic operations
  • Distributed Model – Elasticsearch cluster, shards and replicas, configuration, APIs and local gateway
  • Multi Tenancy – Multiple indices, index aliases, cross index operations and introduction to data flow
  • Elasticsearch Index – Analysis, mappings, index operations, versioning, APIs and settings
  • Search – Query DSL, sorting, facets, search types, highlighting, routing and other search components
  • Advanced Search/Mappings – Nested documents, parent/child relationships, geo-location search, query percolation, relevancy and more
  • Advanced Distributed Model – Cluster state recovery, low-level replication, low-level recovery and shard allocation
  • Big Data Design Pattern – Multiple indices, shard over-allocation, routing and aliases, and how to approach data architecture
  • Preparing for Production – Performance tuning, more on data flow and memory allocation
  • Running in Production – Monitoring, alerts, info/stats APIs

What: Core Elasticsearch Training Courses

By: Course trainers are Elasticsearch developers

For: Anyone using Elasticsearch

Where:
Paris — July 1, 2013
Munich — July 8, 2013
New York — July 15, 2013
San Francisco — July 18, 2013
Boston — August 12, 2013
Amsterdam — August 20, 2013
Austin — August 26, 2013
Toronto — August 29, 2013

Registration: Early bird discounts are available now. For more information and to register, please visit: http://www.elasticsearch.com/services/training/

Group Rates: Elasticsearch offers a "Buy Three, Get One Free" discount to groups who attend training. For more information, contact sales@elasticsearch.com

About Elasticsearch

Elasticsearch is on a mission to organize data and make it easily accessible. We deliver the world's the most advanced open source search and analytics engine available and make real-time data exploration available to anyone. By having a laser focus on achieving the best user experience imaginable, Elasticsearch has become one of the most popular and rapidly growing open source solutions in the market. Today, Elasticsearch is used by thousands of enterprises in virtually every industry. We take good care of our customers and users, providing production support, development support and training worldwide. To learn more, visit www.elasticsearch.com.

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