Learn why Netflix implemented Elastic Stack and how it benefitted them.
- [Instructor] Section Six, Elastic Stack Success Stories.…In this section we are going to take a look at…the problems faced by organizations…specifically with regards to a few use cases…like log analysis, suggestions, and search.…Next we will see the need for these organizations…to implement Elastic Stack.…Finally we will see how these organizations…successfully resolve their issues using Elastic Stack.…Netflix.…In this video we will have a look at…who Netflix are and what they do.…
Then we will discuss all the problems faced by Netflix,…and finally we will see how Elastic Stack…helped them to solve their problems.…Netflix is an American entertainment company…founded on August 29, 1997.…The company grew by starting in the DVD by mail business.…In 2007 Netflix expanded its business…with the introduction of streaming media.…By January 2016 Netflix services…were available in 190 countries.…
In January 2017 Netflix reported having…over 93 million subscribers worldwide,…including more than 49 million subscribers…in the United States.…
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- Elasticsearch concepts
- Working with Logstach and Kibana
- Elasticsearch Query DSL
- Aggregation and analyzers
- Scripting in Elasticsearch
- Using plugins and APIs
- Building an interface with dashboards
- Filtering and processing input
- Loading data to Elasticsearch
Skill Level Intermediate
1. The Elastic Stack
2. Elasticsearch: Full-Text Search and Analytics Engine
3. Collect, Parse, and Transform with Logstash
4. Finding Insights with Kibana
5. Building a Data Pipeline with Elastic Stack
6. Elastic Stack Success Stories
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