07 juin 2014

Where in the World is Elasticsearch? - June 07, 2014

Par Livia Froelicher

Welcome to this week’s Where in the World is Elasticsearch?! Several members of our core developer team are speaking at conferences in Bucharest and London and we’ve got meetups from Paris to San Francisco. Read on to find where you can hear all about the ELK stack and Elasticsearch awesomeness!

A snapshot of last week’s Bay Area Search group meetup in San Jose - Shay Banon on all things Elasticsearch.

Topconf Bucharest

This international brand of Software conference from Developers for Developers takes place June 10-13. Don’t miss Costin’s presentation, Big Data real-time search and analytics, on Thursday, June 12 at 15:20 in Room Asia. If you have any questions about Big Data/Hadoop architecture, Real-time search in distributed systems or Data visualization, make sure to say hi to Costin during the conference.

Devoxx UK

Running June 12-13, Devoxx UK offers a packed schedule including presentations and hands-on labs delivered by industry veterans, mavericks and rising stars, both UK- and internationally- based. Our own David Pilato will be giving a talk on Advanced Search for your Legacy Application on Thursday, June 12 in Room 1 from 16:00-16:50.



Comperio will host a breakfast session on June 11 at 8:30 with various talks and case studies on search and analytics matters. Mark Harwood will talk about "How to combine Elasticsearch, Logstash and Kibana to get new real-time analysis of almost all types of structured and unstructured data sources". Mark's session begins at 10:00 @ The Thief in Tjuvholmen.


The Paris user group will be hosting an evening of fun @ Dailymotion on Tuesday June 10. The French connection, David Pilato, Alex Ksikes and Adrien Grand will be getting together for some Elasticsearch talks at 19:30. There are only 2 spots left, so make sure to secure your seat if you are in the area!

San Fransisco

Kurt Hurtado and Gaurav Gupta will be talking all things ELK stack at the San Francisco meetup this Tuesday, June 10th. From a general overview to best practices for configuring your ELK cluster, Kurt and Gaurav will educate you how the ELK stack provides the perfect tool set for collaboration across teams, not just for Devs and Ops, but for ALL your colleagues. Doors open at 6:30.


The Elasticsearch Vienna user group has announced that its first Elasticsearch meetup will be taking place on Thursday, June 12 starting at 19:00. Alexander Reelsen will be covering all the shiny new features in Elasticsearch 1.0. Don’t miss it!

Whittier - SoCal

Whittier, Southern California - not the most well-known spot on earth. But wait! Rashid Khan and Drew Raines are in the area and would love to speak to you and answer any questions you may have. Meet them on Tuesday June 10 for a couple of beers, some snacks and probably a few pizzookies at BJ’s Puente Hills at 6:00. RSVP on the LA user group meetup page.

Lots of great stuff on the docket for this upcoming week. Remember, if you’re giving a talk, hosting a meetup or otherwise sharing the Elasticsearch and ELK stack love, let us know. We’d love to feature your knowledge sharing bits here!

And with that all the Elasticsearch fans at Puppet Camp DC wave thank you and see you soon!