Directions for tomorrow:
When you get to 3 Center Plaza (which is the entrance directly across the street from Bank of America) walk under the arch and go up the stairs. At the top of the stairs go left and enter the 2nd floor lobby at the rear of the building. There will be a security guard and I will try to enlist a greeter. Take the elevator to the 3rd floor. Go left when you get off the elevator to arrive at our lobby.
Partial to Percolating Find out how Salsify uses Elasticsearch in a multitenant environment to notify users when their product content is updated. We discovered percolating by ID wasn’t ideal for us and it might not be ideal for you either. We’ll explain our use case and why we decided to implement our own percolate by document strategy.
Will Leonard is a Senior Software Engineer with Salsify where he spends his days building features and enhancing the performance and scalability of the beating heart of their Product Experience Management (PXM) Platform. Among other things, Will is a core contributor to the infrastructure that indexes and percolates millions of products per day for hundreds of customers.
What's cooking in Kibana?
It’s more shareable, more accessible, and more heat mappier than ever. The latest version of Kibana — complete with CSV export improvements, a new UI for alerting, the Kibana Query Language, and better ways to share dashboards — is setting the stage for the next iteration. Join this session for an inside look at other Kibana features on the way, including additional accessibility improvements, even more UIs, and a streamlined approach to deploying solutions for use cases such as logging and, metrics, and 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.