Hey Elastic Stackers!
Come join us for our February meetup at Verizon Digital Media Services in Playa Vista.
Looking for ideas to incorporate Elastic Stack into your local development workflow? Then this is the talk for you!
MJ will share his personal development workflow that pulls together the power of Elastic Stack and Docker Compose. He can seamlessly move from feature development to application debugging. (I know, that can be one and the same!)
7:00 PM- 7:30 PM: Food, drinks, mingling
7:30 PM – 7:45 PM: What's New in Elastic Stack 6.x
7:45 PM – 8:30 PM: Talk #1 Local Development Workflow with Elastic Stack
8:30 PM – 9:00 PM: Wrap-Up Q&A
Parking and Logistics:
After turning off of Jefferson on to Alla Road, there is free street parking at the first right Coral Tree Place. From there you can enter the Reserve business park at the Gate 1 main entry which is the gate near the end of the road, or via a pedestrian entrance near gate 2.
Space 900 is the large building that is closest to the Gate 1 main entry.
Here's map of the location including parking. (https://secure.meetupstatic.com/photos/event/8/c/e/b/600_464856075.jpeg)Here's map of the location including parking.
Special thanks to Verizon Digital Media (https://www.verizondigitalmedia.com/) for hosting this meetup.
All software has bugs, but not all bugs have to be hard to find or fix. They can be caught before committing them to production code. My talk will be about building a local development environment, including an ELK stack, using Docker Compose. I’ll also be going over, Deja Vu, a new UI for Elasticsearch that makes troubleshooting documents easy.
MJ (Michael Hardin) is a software engineer at Nativo in El Segundo working on their ContentQ product. Prior to working at Nativo, he spent three years working as a software engineer at MedMen working on their seed-to-sale tracking system.