February 26, 2014 Leave a comment
Interested in log indexing using Elasticsearch or Solr? Also interested in searching and analyzing logs in real time?
This topic really hits home for us since we released our log analytics tool, Logsene and we also offer consulting services for logging infrastructure. If you are reading this and looking for a new opportunity then you might be interested to hear that we are hiring worldwide.
If you are into logging like we are, then you will want to check out this presentation delivered by Sematext’s own Radu Gheorghe to the NYC Search, Discovery and Analytics Meetup held recently at Pivotal Labs. For the purposes of this presentation the term “logs” ranges from server logs and application events to metrics and even social media information.
The presentation has three parts:
- Overview of logging tools that play nicely with Elasticseach and Solr (like Logstash, Apache Flume or rsyslog)
- Performance tuning and scaling Elasticsearch and Solr
- Demo of an end-to-end solution
Here you go – enjoy!