Building scalable, secure log analytics with Amazon Elasticsearch Service (Level 200)

July 3, 2020
You have servers, you have applications, and you have microservices. This inevitably means that you also have logs. They are not the most exciting data that your systems generate, but many times, they are the most useful for real-time application monitoring, root-cause analysis, security analytics, and more. In this session, learn how to get data into Amazon Elasticsearch Service, and how to use Kibana to visualize the insights from your log data. Get best practices and find out how customers are using Amazon Elasticsearch Service to ingest, analyze, and search their log data, at multi-petabyte scale. Speaker: Tom McMeekin, Senior Solutions Architect, AWS
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