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Elasticsearch, the company behind the popular real-time search and analytics open source project, will have a strong presence at the OSCON Open Source Convention taking place in Portland, OR from July 22-26, 2013. Sponsoring and exhibiting at the show, Elasticsearch will be located at booth P17 – Pavilion and will discuss its mission to organize data and make it easily accessible through the world's most advanced open source search and analytics engine available.
Elasticsearch is one of the most popular open source projects in the world and has been downloaded more than 3 million times. A data exploration platform, Elasticsearch conducts real-time search and analytics to drive unprecedented insights for organizations in virtually every industry.
At the show, Perl programmer and Elasticsearch developer Clinton Gormley will demonstrate how to easily embed search within an application, introduce advanced search and analytics techniques, and discuss how a notable customer uses Elasticsearch to achieve massive scale.
What:To Infinity and Beyond – Storing your Moose Herd in Elasticsearch
By: Clinton Gormley, developer, Elasticsearch
Where: Oregon Convention Center 777 NE Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. Portland, OR 972322
When: Thursday, July 25, 2013
Registration: For more information about OSCON and to register to attend, please visit: https://en.oreilly.com/oscon2013/public/register
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.