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  • Elastic{ON} 2017 Recap
    Jaejin Lee 2017.06.21

    Jaejin Lee is a software engineer developing a massive monitoring system at LINE. He has an eye for cute stuff around him.

    I am a software engineer at LINE and am in charge of developing a monitoring system. I am quite talented at catching cute stuff around me. Thanks to LINE, I was able to attend Elastic{ON} 2017. LINE encourages and supports LINE developers to attend conferences. On this post, I'd like to share my visit to Elastic{ON} 2017 along with some pictures and brief summaries of each session I attended.

    Introducing Elastic{ON} 2017

    On Site

    Elastic{ON} 2017 was held at Pier 48 in San Francisco, U.S.A from March 7th to 9th, 2017. As you can probably tell by the venue name, the conference was held in a warehouse-like building located near the AT&T Park. More than two thousand attendees came from all over the world. The conference was huge.

    Elastic Stack products, especially Elasticsearch and Kibana, are widely used at LINE in various ways. I myself am using Elastic Stack in the monitoring system I am in charge of, to save, analyze and visualize events. Our monitoring system had no analyzing feature or visualizing feature until we used Elastic Stack to add these two features. Implementing the new features was simpler than I expected, thanks to Elastic Stack. However, I did encounter some issues while the system was up and running and solving the problems was quite difficult. Now, we are about to upgrade Elastic Stack to version 5.x. I was in a need to learn from other users' experiences and to learn new features and the optimal ways to implement the new features. This is why I attended the conference.

    Let me start by showing you some pictures of the conference.

    The first thing I did at the conference was getting an attendee card. The conference site was bigger than I expected. The site consisted of session halls, AMA (Ask Me Anything) section, promotional booths, and Elastic booths where I was able to get my hands on the Elastic Stack products.

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