We're bringing Elastic{ON} to you.

Get everything you need to know about our 5.0 release, a two-hour technical training session, and your questions answered directly by Elastic engineers. Space is limited!

Last year sold out fast.

  • Chicago

    October 6, 2016

  • Washington, DC

    October 13, 2016

  • New York

    October 19, 2016

  • Paris

    November 9, 2016

  • London

    November 15, 2016

  • Frankfurt

    November 24, 2016

  • Sydney

    November 29, 2016

  • Tokyo

    December 15, 2016

We’re in the midst of our biggest release ever — version 5.0 — which aims to make your life easier by not only aligning version numbers across our products, but also extending their capabilities across the entire Elastic Stack. As we transform and enter this next phase, we do this together with you – our community.

Join us on our journey to learn how to take your Elastic Stack to the next level. Learn about the latest features from our engineers, product managers, solutions architects and users like you (real case studies). Attend a two-hour training that walks through how to set up the Elastic Stack for various use cases. And get your questions answered at our open-all-day-long Ask Me Anything station.

  • 3
    months
  • 8
    cities
  • 6
    countries

Why Attend?

  • Get educated on the latest features in our 5.0 release, as well as a better understanding of what's in our roadmap so you can plan yours.
  • Have your questions answered directly from our engineers at our AMA booth.
  • Attend training to make sure your Stack setup is optimized for your use case.
  • Pick up new ideas on how to use our products from other users.
  • We've done our job if you leave the day armed for success, and inspired to explore new ways to leverage the Elastic Stack.

Event Sponsors

Want to be a sponsor? Email sponsor@elastic.co.

Getting to know users, seeing how they’re using the tools, knowing all the crazy things they do that you never anticipated, which is all the fun of open source, really.

John Mark Walker

Red Hat