Using Beats and Marvel to Monitor Your Infrastructure

Elasticsearch is a great place to centralize infrastructure data for search and analysis — because when the darker forces go to work on your hardware, you want to be able to respond.

The same applies to your Elasticsearch cluster. Marvel is our monitoring tool that tracks metrics across the cluster, node, and index level to make sure your deployment is firing on all cylinders.

Join us for a presentation, demo, and Q&A about how to successfully:

  • Activate monitoring for Elasticsearch with Marvel 2.3
  • Ship infrastructure data to Elasticsearch 2.3
  • A first look at Metricbeat, the next-generation external system data shipper, just released in 5.0 Alpha 3
  • Create a Kibana 4.5 dashboard to monitor non-standard infrastructure
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Chris Earle

Chris is the Monitoring Lead for X-Pack. He is based outside of Washington DC. When Chris isn't helping Elastic's subscribers fine-tune their deployment he helps train the next generation as a part-time lecturer at Johns Hopkins University. Before joining Elastic, he was at Boeing and Grove Software developing software and pushing API design. Chris is a regular participant on StackOverflow and the Elastic Discuss community.


Bohyun Kim

Bohyun Kim is a Sr. Product Manager at Elastic. Prior to joining Elastic, she was a product manager at Tamr and a lead software engineer at HPE Vertica where she focused on resource and system management, monitoring and alerting of Vertica Analytic database. Bohyun is passionate about data analytics, machine learning and mentoring younger girls in the technical field.