Elasticsearch: Mining metrics from logs

Nov 2, 2017 · Leicestershire, United Kingdom

The November 2nd meet up is going to be presented by Jonathan Relf

Abstract:

With an increasing amount of log data from software & systems it can be hard to see the 'wood for the trees'. Metrics offer us a chance to digest and see trends. In this session, you'll learn how features in Elasticsearch can help unlock numerical insights in log data. You'll see a demo of how these can be visualised with a brief look at Timelion & Machine Learning features now in Elasticsearch 5.4.

Before/After the Meetup:

A few members will likely be in a nearby pub (location will be tweeted out) beforehand (from around 6pm) for a drink and a bite to eat, and afterwards there'll be a group heading to Soar Point (or somewhere else nearby) for a social catch up.

Parking:

Deacon Street car park is where people usually park, the postcode is LE2 7DP. (There's also spots on the street directly outside the gateway building but they're usually all taken up!) Deacon Street is available from 6pm onwards as we have permission from the University to use the car park. If the barrier is down, ring the buzzer and explain that you are attending the PHP East Midlands monthly meetup.

Google Maps Link - Note the car-park is on Havelock Street (Despite being called the "Deacon Street car park" - we know...)

If you have any trouble parking / finding us, drop us a tweet @PHPem and we'll get you sorted.

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