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This session attempts to address one of life’s ultimate questions: how many logs can a Logstash stash?
Suyog and Jordan will answer this and other burning Logstash questions, like: can we go faster? What is this persistent queue thing? Any cool new plugin developments? How do I monitor Logstash? What is in the future for the Logstash configuration? How does the Logstash team keep sysadmins and DevOps in mind when working on the product? Is Logstash ever going to get a UI?
Expect to leave with a clear vision of where Logstash is headed and how it fits in as a critical part of your infrastructure.
Andrew is a developer on the Logstash team at Elastic. He's a passionate open-source contributor. Prior to working at Elastic, Andrew has occupied a number of startup roles ranging from co-founder to developer. He lives in Minneapolis, MN in quiet harmony with his surroundings.
Suyog Rao is a Logstash Team Lead with Elastic. Suyog develops for the Logstash project, supports customers, and trains users on the Elastic Stack. Previously, he worked on a high-throughput, low-latency infrastructure for ingesting and analyzing terabytes of log data using Elasticsearch, Apache Kafka, and Storm.
Jordan Sissel is the Logstash Creator and Tech Lead for Elastic. Jordan is the lead developer of Logstash. While living in Silicon Valley, he tinkers with computers and practices hate-driven development (working on computers makes him less grumpy). When he's not hacking, he loves doing awesome things as a dad and husband.