Elastic Cloud: Deploy, Ingest, Visualize, Yelp’s Elasticsearch 7 Upgrade & Happy Hour

San Francisco
Wed, Jul 29, 2020, 5:30 PM (PDT)

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Grab a tasty beverage of your choice from the comfort of your home and join Elastic for a virtual happy hour. During our time together we'll kick it off with two great talks:

Talk1: Elastic Cloud: Deploy, Ingest, Visualize by Amitai Porat: Ingesting data to visualization

Talk2: Yelp’s Elasticsearch 7 Upgrade: Challenges and Lessons by Sarthak Nandi

This talk shares the lessons we have learned from upgrading our Elasticsearch-based search backend that powers business search to Elasticsearch 7. We will start with an overview of Yelp’s Ranking Platform and then move to some of our custom scoring and deployment requirements. We’ll also share the challenges we faced during the upgrade and how we handled them.


Agenda:

Elastic Stack Intro

What’s New in the Stack

Talk1 : Data Ingest to Visualization by Ami Porat

Talk2: Yelp’s Elasticsearch 7 Upgrade: Challenges and Lessons by Sarthak Nandi

Q&A



Speakers Info:

Ami Porat spent a number of years as a software developer where he was introduced to the Elastic stack and cultivated his enthusiasm and appreciation for it, which in turn led to his current role as a Solutions Architect at Elastic. You can typically find Ami hunting up adventure in exotic locales, or helping Elastic customers with all things Elastic.

Sarthak Nandi is a software engineer on the Ranking Platform Team at Yelp. He worked on infrastructure to automate and scale the NoSQL datastore platform. He also worked on the learning-to-rank model deployment for Yelp’s Ranking Platform before leading the upgrade of Yelp’s highly customized Elasticsearch deployment for business search to Elasticsearch 7.

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Wednesday, Jul 29
5:30 PM - 7:15 PM (PDT)

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