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Mar 4, 2014
Elasticsearch Portlandia Meetup

Steve Mayzak from Elasticsearch Inc. will be on hand to talk all about Elasticsearch's latest 1.0 release, including cool new features like aggregations. He'll also be going over some basics of how Elasticsearch works with Logstash for logging and Kibana for data visualization.

And if we are quite fortunate some of the engineers at Mozilla will be talking about how they use the Elasticsearch ELK stack (that's Elasticsearch, Logstash and Kibana combined) to do all the things.

Please RSVP on so we order enough food.

Come hungry for knowledge and noms, as we'll have beer and food on offer.

Nov 13, 2014
Elasticsearch Portlandia Meetup (CANCELLED)
Jama South

This event has been cancelled due to weather.

Come hang out with Steve Mayzak, Director of Solutions Architecture at Elasticsearch and see live demos of newly-released Kibana 4 Beta 1. Food and drink provided.

Apr 13, 2015
Elasticsearch Portlandia Meetup - Elasticsearch & .NET
Mozilla Portland Office

Martijn Laarman and Greg Marzouka,'s two lead .NET developers will be giving a talk titled "Elasticsearch for .NET Developers". Food and drink will be provided, and thanks to Mozilla for hosting! Talk will begin at 6:30 PM.

Abstract: Elasticsearch for .NET Developers: A whirlwind dive into the strongly-typed client for .NET Elasticsearch offers a simple REST interface that exposes JSON, so a .NET developer might be tempted to simply use HttpClient and Json.NET to talk with Elasticsearch.

In this talk we'll showcase, through the usage of LINQPad, some of the features that outline how NEST plays to C# strengths and helps you write terser code, all just one line of code away: new ElasticClient(). A few of the topics that we'll cover:

  • Strongly-typed requests and responses - Inference- Query DSL- Aggregations- Covariant result sets- Connection pooling and failover

Attendees will leave this talk knowing how to fully tame Elasticsearch from .NET

Please RSVP for the event on so we can order sufficient food and drinks for all attendees:

Speaker bios:

Martijn Laarman, Software Engineer, Elastic Co.

A .NET developer for nearly a decade and tinkering with the web since his teens, Martijn loves keyboard-driven creativity.

Greg Marzouka, Software Engineer, Elastic Co.

Greg is a .NET developer focused on maintaining the .NET clients, NEST, and Elasticsearch.Net. Previously, he worked at an advertising agency in New York, building out their Elasticsearch cluster. He’s a huge open source enthusiast and loves working with programming languages and frameworks of all kinds.

Dec 9, 2014
Portland Elasticsearch Meetup: Jeff Bryner from Mozilla, Kibana 4 and Shield Preview
Jama South

Join us at Jama South for food, drink, and Elasticsearch discussion.

Our Guest Speaker: Jeff Bryner ( @0x7eff ) is a 20+year infosec veteran/addict. Speaker at 3 DEF CONs, 3 Bsides, and 1 RSA (but he didn't mean it), he stands accused of re-writing everything in python, integrating security tools into 3D worlds with kinectasploit and taunting the Demo Gods in every presentation.

His Presentation: Hackers have all the fun. With slick, integrated, real-time, open suites like metasploit, armitage, SET, and lair they quickly seek out targets, share exploits, gain footholds and usually win.

The time has come for defense to get the same capabilities in an open-source platform dedicated to defense and based on modern technology. To this end the operations security group at Mozilla has developed MozDef: The Mozilla Defense Platform to take on traditional SIEM functionality of event management, alerting and correlation and expand the real-time capabilities of the defender into automated defense and shared incident response.

This presentation will cover the MozDef platform, its use of Elasticsearch and it's SIEM capabilities with as much live demo as the gods will allow.

The rest of the Agenda:

We also plan on going deep on Kibana 4, the powerful new version of Kibana that takes advantage of the aggregations API in Elasticsearch. A rewrite from the ground up, visualizations are now powered by D3js and provides an enhances workflow capability allowing you to Discover, Visualize and Dashboard your data for insights.

Shield is right around the corner and we will be giving an intro to it at the meetup. Learn how to enable access control, document level security, SSL and more!

We will also have a few Elasticsearch Solution Architects in town so its a great chance to get your questions answered by people that are in the field every day helping customers succeed with Elasticsearch, Logstash and Kibana (The ELK Stack).

Hope to see you all there!

Oct 19, 2016
Using Elixir to Synchronize PostgreSQL to Elasticsearch - Portland Erlang/Elixir Meetup

This month Moxley Stratton from Househappy will present on some of the things they're doing at HouseHappy. In particular how they are using Elixir to synchronize PostgreSQL to Elasticsearch.

He'll include a discussion on a tool I wrote that lets you write totally dynamic queries for Ecto.

Pizza and beverages generously provided by our friends at HouseHappy!

  • Steve