LISBON 10-12
APRIL 2014
LISBON 10-12
APRIL 2014

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Talks > Elasto Mania

Status

This talk has been approved for this year's edition. Check the calendar for more information.

Language

Portuguese

Abstract

No, this won't be about the game (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elastomania).

Instead, this will be a gentle introduction to Elasticsearch (ES), "the powerful open source search and analytics engine that makes data easy to explore" which is already being used by notorious projects such as GitHub, Path, FourSquare, etc.

Contents overview:
- What is ES and why would you want to use it
- Indexes, types, documents, fields and CRUD operations
- Query DSL and Search API
- Ranking, filters, analyzers and facets
- Searching Natural Language and Structured Data
- More advanced stuff, comparison with available alternatives, etc

(The talk will be given in Portuguese but the slides will be in English).

Proposal date

2014-01-08 22:38:11

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Ricardo Machado
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Nice!!!
I'm currently working (learning how to...) with ElasticSearch, LogStash, REDIS and Kibana. We're using it basically to parse the logs to provide analytics/statistical data to the Administration.

A well defined architecture is a difficult (not complex) thing to achieve. A lot of "variables" must be considered...

Totally upvoted. Hope you get selected!

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Lino Silva
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Mega upvote. Have been looking into this myself and I feel I haven't even scratched the surface.

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David Martinho
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This should be an interesting talk. At the workplace, we use Lucene, but we're not very happy with it. Hope this gets approved! I'll certainly attend it!

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Rui Grandão Rocha
on , said:

Data statistics are always usefull and this seems like a good way to do it, looking forward to it.

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Sérgio Silva
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I heard about it due to logstash, it would be interesting to take a dive into this ;)

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Pedro Daniel Pinto Duarte
on , said:

Interesting ;)

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José Lopes (Sá)
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interesting topic, hope you get accepted! good luck!

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Paulo Pires
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+ Ricardo Machado, tried Flume and/or Kafka + log4j Kafka appender + Graphite? yeyyy!

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Hugo Daniel Gomes
on , said:

mt fixe :)

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Jorge Cavaco
on , said:

Nice !!

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Ricardo Vercesi
on , said:

Very curious about this one...

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Joao Rocha da Silva
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Estou a usar elasticsearch e adoro a solução schema less deles. Longe vai o tempo das torrentes de código Java para usar Lucene! Vai ajudar muita gente, tens o meu voto!

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Carlos Rodrigues
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:thumbsup:

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José Miguel Malaca
on , said:

thumbs up :D for the talk topic and name :D good luck ;)

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David Dias
on , said:

Added this one to my "must see list" :)

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João Ricardo Lourenço
on , said:

Can't miss it if I get accepted!

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Rui Felgueiras
on , said:

Uma palestra a não perder :D

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Pedro Costa
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Computer says yes!!!

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Pedro Costa
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Computer says no...

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Nuno Veloso
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NLP FTW. (entre outros!) Por isso, +1000 :-)

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Nuno Veloso
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NLP FTW. (entre outros!) Por isso, +1000 :-)

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Luís Ricardo da Costa Carvalho
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Seems cool to me! I want to see it.

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Sérgio Laranjeira
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It's approved! Congrats! You'll have a full room for sure!

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Raul Bravo
on , said:

Elasticsearch is something we are start to using now, and I really feel that I need to know more about it.. so I can't loose this one :D

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Henrique Rodrigues
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ElasticSearch is one of the the best tools I've had the opportunity to work with in the last years. I highly recommend it, specially considering the alternatives.

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Miao Sun
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Interesting, upvoted!

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Mário Gago
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Esta talk devia oferecer o Elastomania numa disquete de 1,4MB!

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Henrique Rodrigues
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$ emerge xmoto

Elastomania já deu o que tinha a dar. :-)

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Luís Miranda
on , said:

Will you be talking about the new features introduced in the recent releases which led to version 1.0 (i.e. _cat API, aggregation, etc)?

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André Santos
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+ Luís Miranda, I'm not sure I'll have the time to try all the new features, there's a lot of things happening in ElasticSearch, but I'll try to include them in my talk!

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André Santos
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+ Henrique Rodrigues, Também joguei mais xmoto, mas não dava para fazer trocadilhos parvos entre xmoto e ElasticSearch, teve de ser o ElastoMania!

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Christian Guimarães
on , said:

Seems interesting. Take my upvote!

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Rui Quelhas
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upvote because name

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Ivo Fernandes
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Amazing! As a tester i really can't lose this Talk!

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