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  9. Amazon Elasticsearch Service makes it easy to deploy, secure, operate, and scale Elasticsearch for log analytics, full text search, application monitoring, and more. In this webinar, we provide an in-depth overview of Amazon Elasticsearch Service and how to get started with it. Learning Objectives: • Learn how to configure a secure, petabyte-scale Amazon ES cluster and ingest data into it • Learn how to build Kibana dashboards to analyze and visualize your data in Amazon ES • Take away best practices to make your cluster reliable, take backups, and debug slow-running queries and indexing operations Suited For: Developers, Data Engineers, Technical Decision Makers Speaker(s): Jon Handler, Principal Solution Architect, AWS Request Free! View the full article
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  14. While smart connected capabilities are a delight to us as consumers, they are a significant challenge for engineers and product designers. With hundreds of sensors, microprocessors and wireless communication components crammed into small product envelopes, these products present an immense challenge as engineers strive to ensure reliability and performance. In the complex web of electronic circuitry, there is always something, somewhere, that if left unaddressed could lead to failure. Simulation software from ANSYS is a time­tested tool for addressing these challenges and accelerating the pace of disruptive innovation. By leveraging the power of simulation to design and verify their smart connected products, high­tech product engineers around the world are able to combine advanced functionality, reliability, safety and innovation with attractive profit margins and speed to market. Request Free! View the full article
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