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Effective log management with Elasticsearch

As we already know a little about Elasticsearch, we decided to share this knowledge with you. And therefore, we’re organising a webinar! 📣 @JakubHajek and Rafał Bajek will participate and answer questions: 🎯 How to use Elasticseach to effectively manage logs? 🎯 How to design the solution's architecture properly? 🎯 What to pay attention to when building a fully scalable log management solution? 👉 What's important - this will be practical knowledge (not a „copy-paste” from tutorials), based on our experience gained when building a solution for one of our clients. Effective log management with Elasticsearch" webinar will take place right after Easter – on April 16. The webinar will be conducted in Polish. Who wanna join?


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Rafał Bajek
Software Architect, Senior Software Engineer
Software architect and senior software engineer with 15 years of professional experience in creating IT systems, from small applications to large enterprise-class systems. I specialize mainly in backend systems, written mostly in Java. I have been involved in building and developing starting from small utility applications, through medium to large enterprise-class systems, operating on large data volumes. I constantly attempt to follow the industry and its novelties regarding the use of tools in next or existing systems. I am a huge fan of the "Domain-Driven Design" approach and of understanding the field (business) in which the system is to work. Currently, I am focusing on distributed (cloud-native) systems (deployed mostly in containers), observability and challenges associated with it. I am passionate about clean code/architecture/solution, Observability, DevOps, CI/CD, Cloud and containerization approach. I am not afraid of new challenges and I take responsibility for my work. I learn new things fast and I continuously self-develop. After work, I'm a husband and a happy dad of two cute kids.