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We're happy to announce an Elastic meetup organized together with Zalando Tech and Findwise at Zalando Helsinki Tech Hub January 31
We will have a three talks from international experts. Dmitry Kolesnikov from Zalando, Henrik Laurentz from Findwise and Tobias Karlsson from Elastic speaking.
There will be food and beverages, sponsored by Zalando, at 17:30. The talks will start at 18:00
Talk 1: Using Microservices to Power Fashion Search and Discovery (Dmitry Kolesnikov)
Microservices became a design style to define system architectures, purify core business concepts, evolve solutions in parallel, make things look uniform, and implement stable and consistent interfaces across systems. I’ll be discussing our principles for microservice development of stateful solutions such as fashion search and discovery, a promising field that we’re excited to further evolve.
Bio Dmitry Kolesnikov:
Dmitry works as Software Architect. He has hands-on expertise to design and development of consumer-oriented solutions. For the last couple of years he is wearing SearchMan hat.
Talk 2: Elastic Cluster – Performance Testing (Henrik Laurentz)
In this session you will learn about performance testing your Elasticsearch cluster so that you can better plan the hardware and the settings of your going-to-production cluster. If you are already in production, the tests will help you identify better configuration options or will enable you to benchmark new search features so that there will be less surprises when these are deployed.
We will go through the typical performance test steps and will end up with a performance test demo.
Talk 3: What’s hot and new in Elastic Stack 5 (Tobias Karlsson)
• New logos and branding as well as a version jump and synchronization across all Elastic products.
• Working with ingest nodes and what they mean for Logstash.
• Scripting reborn with the new language Painless.
• Good bye TransportClient, hello Java HTTP Client.
• Kibana’s visual overhaul and time-series with Timelion.
• Metricbeat and other Beats improvements.
• Metrics in Logstash and soon persistency.
Bio Tobias Karlsson:
Tobias works at Elastic, where he’s part of the Solution Architects team. He loves working in the intersection of technology and business, helping customers apply relevant technology to solve their business challenges. For the last couple of years he has been focused on solving large scale, near real-time problems with distributed systems.