Learn about alerting with Open Distro for Elasticsearch. Alolita Sharma and Mihir Soni detail the basic ingredients you need to create useful alerting and share recipes that demonstrate how to set up and manage your alerts. They explore the types of alerts, describe use cases, and suggest where to send notifications. Alolita and Mihir walk you through consuming the information generated by showing you how to configure alert thresholds and triggers and how to visualize the output using the Kibana UI for understanding the behavior of your data and alerts over time.
By the time you’re through, you’ll be on your way to becoming a master at handling your alerting data for Elasticsearch.
This session is sponsored by Amazon Web Services.
Alolita Sharma is a principal technologist enabling open source at Amazon Web Services. Previously, she led engineering teams at PayPal, Twitter, Wikipedia, and IBM. Alolita serves on the board of the Unicode Consortium and has served on the board of the Open Source Initiative (OSI). She is an invited subject-matter expert on W3C and ECMA workgroups. She holds multiple degrees in computer science and speaks internationally on open source, InnerSource, the cloud, web and language technologies, deep learning, and open standards.
Mihir Soni is a software engineer at Amazon Web Services. His projects center around Kibana in the search services team. He’s also an open source enthusiast. Previously, he was a core contributor for Ubuntu Mobile OS core applications. Mihir holds a master’s degree in computer engineering from Dhirubhai Ambani Institute of Information and Communication Technology (DA-IICT), India.
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