Brussels / 30 & 31 January 2016


Pablo Musa

Pablo Musa is excited to blend his love for teaching, elasticsearch, and building great software into his role as an educational engineer at Elastic where he enjoys helping enable other engineers to build amazing products using Elasticsearch, Kibana, and Logstash.

Pablo Musa has been working as a backend developer in the Internet software industry for almost a decade. Pablo started his 'big data' journey in 2012 by developing and managing a 10 node Hadoop/HBase cluster in a dropbox-like application for a security company with millions of sensitive documents and 100 terabytes of data. After that, Pablo worked as an Elasticsearch consultant and enthusiastic in Brazil helping different companies solve different kinds of problems related to search, logs, scaling, configuration, etc.


Title Day Room Track Start End
Building Lua Applications on Top of Elasticsearch
Saturday K.3.201 Lua 15:00 15:20