The Munich Search Meetup is all about search technologies. This is the 23rd meetup, second one this year! Jetbrains is offering their nice event space, plus snacks and drinks - thank you Jetbrains!
Our Agenda is as follows:
18:30 - 19:00 Gathering, drinks and food
19:00 - 19:45 Noise: a new search index by Volker Mische
19:45 - 20:00 break
20:00 - 20:30 How Keyvi implemented online writes and still uses an immutable data structure, by Hendrik Muhs
20:30 - 21:00 Detect DNS tunneling and analyze the attack vector using different data sources with the Elastic Stack, by Dimitri Marx
21:00: Mingling and hanging out
Noise: A new search index, by Volker Mische
Noise is a new search library written in Rust. It takes JSON as input and supports fulltext, range and spatial searches. After the talk you should have an understanding on how Noise is different from other similar systems and how it works internally.
Keyvi - Key value index (http://keyvi.org) - is a key value store based on finite state data structures. Store? So far it has only been an index, an immutable data structure which does not support online writes. But with the latest major release it finally became a store. This talk will be about the journey towards adding full CRUD support, while performance matters."
Elastic Stack - Thinking about building an end-to-end security analytics platform with the Elastic Stack? This talk will be based on a demo showing how to detect DNS tunneling and analyze the attack vector using different data sources.