Solutions Architect, Elastic
Alex is a solutions architect at Elastic. He previously worked on building an automated machine learning platform at an Oxford University Machine Learning startup. Prior to this, Alex leveraged the Elastic Stack to build a search engine at a large oil and gas services company.
Welcome to part 3! Now that Elasticsearch and ServiceNow are communicating with each other and incidents are automatically being created and updated, it's time to build out a helpful, powerful dashboard in Canvas to track everything.
In part 2 of this series on using the Elastic Stack and ServiceNow for incident management, we'll configure Elasticsearch indices, set up transforms for continuous data analysis, and create alerts to automatically create new incidents in ServiceNow.
The Elastic Stack makes it easy to detect issues in your systems and alert you to them. In part 1 of this series, learn how to connect the Elasticsearch and ServiceNow for bidirectional communication to automatic incident management.
We’re excited to share that Elastic is joining OSDU Forum, which aims to build a cloud-native subsurface and wells data platform for the oil and gas industry.
See real-world use cases of analysts using the Elastic Stack to unify and analyze complex energy data, helping drive operational efficiency.
Spin up a fully loaded deployment on the cloud provider you choose. As the company behind Elasticsearch, we bring our features and support to your Elastic clusters in the cloud.