Where in the World Is Elasticsearch? - October 13, 2014

Last week ended with a great conference in Hamburg, Code.Talks. Alexander Reelsen gave an introduction to the ELK stack with 250 attendees. We also had Isabel Drost-Fromm speaking about “When Search boxes don't work – How to best ensure the quality of your search application".

Check out Alexander's slides from Code.Talks

Upcoming Events

North America

Oct. 15th-17th: Strata New York & Hadoop World - Stop by our booth (P1) to see live demos, talk to our Solutions Architects, and learn about how Elasticsearch works with Hadoop.


Oct. 13th-15th: LinuxCon and Cloud Open Dusseldorf - Join Leslie Hawthorn in the panel discussion about Empowering your corporate OSS developers. Wednesday, 2:30-3:20pm.
Oct. 16th-19th: PyCon Szczyrk (PL) - Listen to Honza Kral talking about Polyglot Persistence. You can catch Honza's keynote address this Thursday at 7:00 PM.
Oct. 17th: Bordeaux Developer Experience (BDX) - Don't miss out on David Pilato's talk on Make sense of your (BIG) data which is scheduled for 2:00pm-2:50pm.

Upcoming Meetups

North America

Oct. 14th: Elasticsearch Boston Meetup: You'll be treated to three use case talks: on Elasticsearch in Production, Real-Time Geo-Replication and Custom Tokenization.

Oct. 15th: Elasticsearch New York Meetup at Twitter. Hear talks from our very own Costin Leau, and speakers from Concurrent, and Found AS. Seats are all spoken for, but you can still sign up to be added to the waitlist.

Oct. 16th: Elasticsearch Montreal Meetup: Join Colin Surprenant to hear about the full ELK stack, plus a talk on migrating Elasticsearch production clusters.


Oct. 14th: ELK use case presentation at the Leeds DevOps Meetup

Oct. 16th: “Elasticsearch Performance in a Nutshell" at the Karlsruhe Search Meetup


Oct. 18th: Elasticsearch Workshop at the Hyderabad Scalability Meetup

That's it for this week, and stay tuned for Elasticsearch happenings next week. There's much to come!

- The Elasticsearch Team

P.S.: Contact us if you're interested in hosting a meetup or are giving a talk about Elasticsearch - we can offer support and send you swag!

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