Elastic Meetup at CA Technologies

Silicon Valley

Aug 16, 2017, 1:00 – 4:00 AM


About this event

We are celebrating our 25th Meetup!!!  

After a successful July meetup, we've already scheduled our August meetup at CA Technologies. We are taking another break from the Elastic offices in Mountain View, and venturing over to Santa Clara this time. 

Save the date for Tuesday, August 15 at 6pm! 

Leveraging Elasticsearch as the foundation of a Digital Experience Analytics Platform

In this session, we will discuss our experiences in creating a highly performant, scalable, and real-time data ingestion and processing analytics platform. We will review our architecture, usage, lessons learned, and recommended best practices working with Elastic technology. CA’s Analytics Platform models a Lambda Architecture with the use of a combination of open source technologies such as Kafka, Elasticsearch, Apache Spark, and HDFS. It was built to ingests large amounts of application trace files, metrics, session navigation details, and other UX data in real time from mobile devices and web applications to capture a holistic view of customer experience to developers and business stake holders.

Bryan Whitmarsh is a Sr. Principal Product Manager in the Agile Operations business unit at CA Technologies. Bryan is primarily focused on external facing Product Management actives. As a CA Champion he is very active in the CA Communities as well as various public communities. He lives in Idaho and loves the outdoors.

What's evolving in Elasticsearch? 

Abstract: The 5.0 release of Elasticsearch took advantage of the cleanups in 2.0 to add a slew of new features on top of a rock-solid foundation. Ryan will give an overview of the changes already released in the 5.x series, and a taste of the big new features coming in 6.0.

Ryan Ernst is an Apache Lucene/Solr committer and PMC member. He is an Elasticsearch developer and enjoys working on anything with bits. Prior to Elastic, he worked on Amazon's Product Search and AWS CloudSearch.



Wednesday, August 16, 2017
1:00 AM – 4:00 AM UTC

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