#51 – Elastic{on}

This week on the podcast, Kyle and Dan record from the Elastic{on} Conference in Chicago. We attended the conference to learn more about Elasticsearch and the Elastic platform. The tl;dr, we are excited about the future of the Elasticsearch and the Elastic ecosystem. We also talk about purging log files, Change Assistant and passwords, and sharing PSPing results.

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Show Notes

  • Windows 2016 is Out @ 1:00
  • PSPing Results @ 2:45
  • Extract Data Mover DML Statements @ 4:30
  • Wiki to OneNote @ 6:45
    • Control-Enter will create a new row in a OneNote table
  • Change Assistant and Passwords @ 16:00
  • Vagrant Introduction @ 20:45
  • How do you do it? Purging Log Files @ 23:15
  • Elastic{on} Recap @ 28:15
    • Expanding on Elasticsearch with PeopleSoft @ 41:00

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