Edlio Fun Fact! In 2012, while working as a consultant at Edlio, I launched a production ELK Stack. At that time, Elasticsearch, Logstash and Kibana were three separate open source projects. Back then simple wasn't so simple, more like furniture assembly instructions from IKEA.
Tonight's talk will demonstrate how simple it is to get start with Elastic Sample Data either locally with docker or launching a cluster in Elastic Cloud.
For 19 years, Edlio (https://edlio.com/) has been providing K-12 educators easy, effective technology to connect their communities. Edlio Websites make managing a beautiful online presence easy while also offering direct messaging. Edlio Pay collects and manages online payments and donations with robust financial reporting. And Edlio Engage simplifies true family engagement with 2-way interaction between school and home.
Edlio's tech team is 25 people strong today and we're actively hiring across Product, Engineering, and DevOps.
Edlio was named as one of Built in LA's Best Places to Work in 2019.
About the speaker:
Rich Horace (https://www.linkedin.com/in/richhorace/)
Rich is the new VP of TechOps at Edlio, and has been working in the online advertising space and early-stage startups for the past 10+ years. He has held positions at MySpace, Fox Audience Network, Glam Media and Sony Media Cloud Services, building DevOps style teams and scaling infrastructure. Rich has been working with log aggregation systems since 2008. Starting off with Splunk, then Logstash in 2012, Splunk again in 2013 and back to ELK in 2014. He's been the organizer for the LA Elastic User Group since 2015.