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15:05:12 From Kris Freedain to Everyone:
OpenSearchCon 2023 - Call for Presentations!!! OpenSearchCon 2023 Call for Presentations · OpenSearch
15:05:46 From Kris Freedain to Everyone:
See you at Berlin Buzzwords this year! https://2023.berlinbuzzwords.de/
15:06:13 From Kris Freedain to Everyone:
OpenSearch 2.7.0 is out!! Get Started with OpenSearch 2.7.0 · OpenSearch
15:06:57 From Kris Freedain to Everyone:
OpenSearch 1.3.10 is out as well! Opensearch 1.3.10 · OpenSearch
15:08:01 From Joshua Bright to Everyone:
Woot flat objects!
15:08:36 From Simeon Widdis to Everyone:
Was just saying last week “man it would be cool if opensearch let me cleanly index flat objects”
15:11:02 From dtip to Everyone:
Simeon I am glad we could come in clutch for you
15:11:20 From Kris Freedain to Everyone:
Give us your feedback! Thank you https://amazonmr.au1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_1BxJNrtCo4LbweW
15:11:33 From Daniel Doubrovkine to Everyone:
Intel has contributed ZSTD and is working on a blog post. We’ve benchmarked the change and are seeing a 14% throughput (!) improvement with ZSTD NO-DICT over LZ4.
15:11:48 From Daniel Doubrovkine to Everyone:
Throughput on write.
15:11:55 From Joshua Bright to Everyone:
We love Windows
15:13:15 From Nitin Chandra (AWS) to Everyone:
Woot for OpenTelemetry !
15:18:39 From Nitin Chandra (AWS) to Everyone:
I have a telescope just like that! Alas, my kid never got interested in astronomy, so now the spiders in my garage use it to get an advance view on the insects
15:22:22 From lior perry to Everyone: GitHub - YANG-DB/opentelemetry-demo at opensearch-observability-otel
15:23:35 From Ani ( OpenSearch ) to Everyone:
Direct PromQL is also supported/
15:24:01 From GSmith to Everyone:
Do you envision storing metrics in Prometheus as a standard thing or is that just to show how “open” things are?
15:26:18 From Nitin Chandra (AWS) to Everyone:
Great demo - Lior!
15:26:23 From Ani ( OpenSearch ) to Everyone:
Thanks a ton, @lior!
15:26:26 From Joshua Bright to Everyone: META - Augmenting Visualizations with Alerts · Issue #457 · opensearch-project/alerting-dashboards-plugin · GitHub
15:26:49 From lior perry to Everyone:
Thanks so much for having me - sorry but have to drop
15:31:59 From Nathan Boot to Everyone:
So the line graph represents the number of anomalies?
15:33:20 From Joshua Bright to Everyone:
In the first release, we will support creating per query monitors from visualizations. Associating monitors for per bucket, per document, or per cluster metric can be associated as well.
15:34:17 From Joshua Bright to Everyone:
The line graph represents an aggregation… one can create a monitor or detector based on the aggregation(s)
15:34:35 From ohltyler to Everyone:
There will be tooltips on the event triangles with more details
15:36:06 From Nathan Boot to Everyone:
Won’t yo uhave to restart the detector since you’ve changed its features?
15:36:59 From ohltyler to Everyone:
Replying to “Won’t yo uhave to re…”
The detectors/monitors aren’t created until the user creates. We just try to pre-populate some configuration based on the visualizations