February 26-28, 2014
Montreal, Canada

Turbo charge your logs

Many of us only look at our log files during an outage or crisis. Wouldn't it be great if they could be mined in real time? This talk will show you how to do that. We'll examine tools such as Monolog and Rsyslog to collect information as well as Logstash and Graylog2 to send alerts, store and make searchable millions of log records. By the end of this talk you'll be able to mine your log data in real time, helping you to avoid major problems.

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Jeremy Cook


Jeremy is an ex-pat Englishman and former professional musician, now living in Guelph, Ontario. He has been a web developer for the last 6 years, working with many open source technologies across a variety of web applications. Jeremy is a senior software engineer for NetSuite and is also the organiser of the Guelph PHP User Group.

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