Live AMA sur la mise à niveau d'Elasticsearch 1.x à 2.x
Elasticsearch 2.x. Vous l’utilisez. Vous l’aimez. Mais vous avez encore des interrogations.
Lors du Live AMA (Ask Me Anything) sur la mise à niveau d'Elasticsearch 1.x à 2.x des utilisateurs ont eu l'occasion de poser leurs questions à nos experts Elasticsearch résultant en une discussion informelle autour de questions telles que:
- Pourquoi migrer vers Elasticsearch 2.x ?
- Quels sont les changements et améliorations majeurs d’Elasticsearch 2.x ?
Le webinar offre également des discussion approfondies sur la gestion de mémoire, les aggréagtions et bien d'autres.
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Developer & Evangelist at Elastic
He is the creator of the Elastic French speaking user group. Frequent speaker about all things Elastic at conferences, for user groups or various companies. In my free time, I enjoy coding and DJ four times per year, just for fun.
Solutions Architect at Elastic
Bahaaldine Azarmi, Baha in short, is a Solutions Architect at Elastic. Prior to this position, Baha co-founded reachfive, a marketing data-platform focused on user behavior and social analytics. Baha also worked for different software vendors such as Talend or Oracle, where he held a Solutions Architect or Architect position. Baha is based in Paris and has a Master's Degree in computer science from Polyech'Paris.
Adrien is a Lucene committer at The Apache Software Foundation and a software engineer at Elastic, where he works on improving Elasticsearch. He has worked with Apache Lucene since 2010 and became a committer in 2012. He joined Elastic in May 2013 and likes to work on search-related problems like index construction, query execution or aggregations from his home in Caen, France. In his spare time, he enjoys horseback riding.
After 10 years as a Java developer, consultant, and trainer specializing in open source search technologies, Tanguy joined Elastic at the end of 2014. He has since contributed to Elasticsearch and is the main developer of Marvel, its monitoring plugin.