Where in the World is Elasticsearch? - July 07, 2015
The week before last week all Elasticsearch ELKs were in the wild (or at the beach) in Amsterdam at our #ESAllHands meeting...
#ESAllHands on the speed lane! pic.twitter.com/GYVWHuYYJw
— Dimitri Marx (@MarxDimitri) June 27, 2014
...This week we are back with some awesome events and meetups happening in Barcelona, Cologne, Montreal, Paris, Philadelphia, Seoul and Tel Aviv!
Mimacom and Elasticsearch are on the road in Barça! Our local Elasticsearcher Clinton Gormely will be giving a talk on Scaling Realtime Search and Analytics with Elasticsearch on Thursday July 10th at the Centro de Negocios Gran Vía Business Center. Are you in the area and don’t want to miss out on interesting tech talk and coffee? Then sign up here.
Want to learn how to work with public, conversational, real-time data? Make sure to head down to the International Startup Festival. Our own Colin Suprenant will present a workshop together with Sylvain Carle on Realtime data analysis - With Twitter and Elasticsearch. July 9th, 1pm, sign up here.
If you feel like some great talks on all things Elasticsearch you should read on. On Wednesday July 9th, our German partner inovex GmbH is hosting their 2nd meetup and we are lucky to be part of it! Alexander Reelsen will kick it off with a talk about What’s New in Elasticsearch and Britta Weber will bring it home with a more specific look into The Significant Terms Aggregation. Sign up now!
We are pleased to announce our "meetup numéro 8" on Monday 7th July where two great speakers will present their use cases within two very different business industries. Sébastien Capillier will talk about how Wonderbox is monitoring their logs with Elasticsearch and Kibana and Alexandre Fricker will present their Logstash, Redis, Elasticsearch, Kibana and Marvel ecosystem and explain how PSA Peugeot Citroën has been using it for different use cases. Amusez-vous!
Our 2nd Philadelphia meetup on July 9th is almost here! Last time folks made an introduction to Elasticsearch and the new features in 1.0.x. This time you will hear an interesting use case story about how Wildbit uses Elasticsearch on both Postmark and Beanstalk. There are still some free spots left, make sure you secure your seat.
Thanks to the lovely JongMin Kim, we have our next Korean Elasticsearch Study Session, scheduled for July 10th complete with Elasticsearchers from all over the world. If you are in the Seoul area you should make sure to say hi to Honza Král and Igor Motov as it is rather seldom to meet them and hear them talk that far East. :)
The IGTCLoud user group in Tel Aviv is going to host a day of education on Applied Cloud Computing with the Google Cloud Platform. Among the list of great talks around how to apply these great features to everyday tasks of developers and DevOps folks will speak about BigQuery with Logstash as Application Log Analysis Platform and will also show a demo.
That's it for this week, we look forward to meeting you at one of these exciting places!
And remember, if you’re giving a talk, hosting a meetup or otherwise sharing the Elasticsearch love, let us know. We’d love to feature your knowledge sharing bits here!