Join us for our November meetup on Tuesday, Nov. 13. Thanks to Google Cloud for hosting us!
The agenda for the evening is:
6:00pm - doors open, food & beverage will be provided
6:30pm - Talk #1 starts
7:00pm - Talks #2 starts
7:30pm - Q&A
8:00pm - We'll wrap things up
In this talk we'll discuss ways to run Elastic on Google Kubernetes Engine and how to integrate Logstash and Beats with various Google Cloud services.
Dan is a Solution Architect at Google based in Irvine, CA. He focuses on making cloud easier by automating all the things with tools like Kubernetes and Terraform.
Yes, certificate expiration dates do matter (or how I recovered after unintentionally killing the Winlogbeat & Filebeat pipelines, and no one noticed for several days). In this talk we'll discuss how I solved this problem with a somewhat innovative method of getting those logs into Elastic without creating duplicates.
Timothy Harryman is the senior operations technician for the ARRIS Security Engineering department, and oversees the installation, care and feeding of nearly 200 identity servers in production facilities for ARRIS, Motorola, Lenovo, Broadcom and Trident Micro located in over 50 locations around the globe.
Eight years ago he got tired of logging onto the individual servers to monitor and troubleshoot and began using Splunk. In 2014, realizing that his logging volume had outgrown his budget he turned to Elasticsearch 1.2.4. ARRIS has been a licensed (Gold) user of Elastic since 2016. Timothy hopes to complete his Elastic Certified Engineer certification before the end of the year.