Join us for our inaugural meetup on Thursday, February 16. Doors will open at 4pm and we'll start talks around 4:30pm.
Thank you to BCBSNC for hosting us! IBM will be presenting.
Adding globalization support to Kibana is a crucial capability which is necessary in all visualization dashboards. This talk will present the design, the road map of delivered and any pending parts, as well as the integration points for stakeholders. It is an exciting journey not to be missed in the growth of Kibana and the Elastic Stack.
Shikha is a Senior Technical Staff Member (STSM) and a Master Inventor at IBM. She is a lead Connect to Cloud architect where she brings her expertise in architecture, design, leadership towards collaboratively creating innovative pragmatic solutions that leads to enabling Hybrid solution for the clients.
Shikha has won awards in innovation and technical achievement. She enjoys leadership role focussed on making things happen and shipping. Shikha is a strong open source advocate focused on building simple tools.
She has worked with several clients across multiple industries including heath, insurance and finance. She has co-presented with client and BPs at conferences has also been invited as guest speaker at customer conferences
Shikha lives in Cary, NC with her husband and two son who manage to take up most of her 'free' time.
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IBM Bluemix platform logging with the Elastic Stack
IBM Bluemix platform logs to Elastic Stacks. Learn about the flexibility of our logging solutions. We'll also share insights to challenges of offering platform logging in multi-tenant environments.
Bluemix platform automatically collects many platform logs- no user configuration necessary. We'll talk about and demo how we do this offering a Log Search experience with the ELK stack. We'll cover scale challenges in the cloud and how we are addressing them today.
Charlie is a Senior Offering Manager at IBM. He is currently Offering lead for Bluemix Log, Monitoring, and Access Trail services. He passionately brings these collective experiences together drawling on his background, including: logging, analytics, and IT service management offerings.
Charlie lives in Cary, NC with his wife and son. You can find him on:
I'm new to Elasticsearch. Will this event be good for me?
Totally. No matter if you are a novice or an old pro, there’s something for everyone at SEARCH.
What is Elasticsearch?
The world is swimming in data. For years we have been simply overwhelmed by the quantity of data flowing through and produced by our systems. Existing technology has focused on how to store and structure warehouses full of data. That’s all well and good—until you actually need to make decisions in real time informed by that data.
Elasticsearch is a real-time distributed search and analytics engine. It allows you to explore your data at a speed and at a scale never before possible. It is used for full-text search, structured search, analytics, and all three in combination:
Wikipedia uses Elasticsearch to provide full-text search with highlighted search snippets, and search-as-you-type and did-you-mean suggestions.The Guardian uses Elasticsearch to combine visitor logs with social -network data to provide real-time feedback to its editors about the public’s response to new articles.Stack Overflow combines full-text search with geolocation queries and uses more-like-this to find related questions and answers.Netflix uses it for personalized recommendation and search millions of videos.GitHub uses Elasticsearch to query 130 billion lines of code.
Can I bring a friend?
Sure... Everyone is welcome! Just make sure you register for all attendees you plan to bring with you before Tuesday, 02/14/17.
Will there be food?
Yes! We will have a yummy selection of pizzas and beverages to help keep your energy and focus on the great technology content and networking opportunity.
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
Parking is available in the open surface parking lot across from building 450.
Take I-40 to exit 270. Turn onto US 15/501(Durham-Chapel Hill Blvd.) headed toward Durham. Follow Durham-Chapel Hill Blvd. past Garrett Road. Stay in right two lanes and bear right to US 15/501 North. Immediately stay in right lane and bear right onto Martin Luther King, Jr. Pkwy. Turn right at the first traffic light onto University Drive. Turn left at the second light which is University Place. Building 450 will be the 2nd turn off on your right.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Please contact Nitin Kadam with any questions: Nitin.Kadam@bcbsnc.com
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