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A look into the future of Kibana

Facebook Boston 1 Broadway, 8th Floor , Cambridge, MA (map)

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A look into the future of Kibana

We'll be demonstrating new features soon to appear in Kibana as part of our standard package. These will include Spaces for managing, grouping, and controlling access to Kibana saved objects, Rollup support in dashboards and visualizations, and Index Lifecycle Management and maybe more...

Jim Goodwin is the Team Lead for the Kibana/UI Team at Elastic. He has 30 years of experience in the software industry with companies including Lotus Development, IBM, Intuit, and Nokia. The products he's helped deliver span mass market desktop software to modern web services to responsive web UI's.

Logging at Wayfair with Elastic stack

Wayfair has been using the elastic stack as a centralized logging platform since 2014. In this talk, let's go over how our logging infrastructure has evolved over the time while integrating logs from hundreds of applications and thousands of servers. We will highlight features that allow us to operate at scale such as cluster-failover, monitoring, and high-performance rule-based traffic-shaping.

Santosh Domalapalli has been a software developer and system architect for 7 years. For the past 4 years, he has helped Wayfair build state of the art distributed logging and metrics infrastructure. Originally from Hyderabad, he now resides in central Massachusetts with his wife and two dogs. Santosh occasionally enjoys riding his motorcycle and gardening while he's not working on logging.

Make sure to attend our Elastic{ON} Boston Tour Stop on September 6th.

Feel free to use the code Meetup15 for 15% off until August 30th. https://www.elastic.co/elasticon/tour/2018/boston

If you’re interested in Elastic trainings [there is a fee], our team is coming to Boston on September 4-5. You can register here:

https://training.elastic.co/location/Boston-MA

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