ElasticSearch and Time-Series Analytics

Hi Guys,

We are evaluating to see if ElasticSearch would be a good fit for a Time-Series based analytics systems, i.e. storing millions of events with different attributes and being able to generate trends based on the time, event type and the optional attributes and draw pretty graphs.

More concretely, each event will have a timestamp, event type and a map of key/value attributes. Then a user can ask to see a chart of what was the hourly counts for Event Type A with attributes X and Y during past week.

Is anyone doing something similar to this on this list?

Thanks,

Drew

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That's sort of what Kibana/logstash does, which is backed by ElasticSearch:
http://kibana.org/about.html

so plotting the hourly counts etc based on queries etc is eminently doable.

cheers,

Paul

On 14 February 2013 16:03, Drew Kutcharian drew@venarc.com wrote:

Hi Guys,

We are evaluating to see if ElasticSearch would be a good fit for a
Time-Series based analytics systems, i.e. storing millions of events with
different attributes and being able to generate trends based on the time,
event type and the optional attributes and draw pretty graphs.

More concretely, each event will have a timestamp, event type and a map of
key/value attributes. Then a user can ask to see a chart of what was the
hourly counts for Event Type A with attributes X and Y during past week.

Is anyone doing something similar to this on this list?

Thanks,

Drew

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Good point, I completely forgot about that. Thanks Paul.

On Feb 13, 2013, at 9:48 PM, Paul Smith tallpsmith@gmail.com wrote:

That's sort of what Kibana/logstash does, which is backed by ElasticSearch: http://kibana.org/about.html

so plotting the hourly counts etc based on queries etc is eminently doable.

cheers,

Paul

On 14 February 2013 16:03, Drew Kutcharian drew@venarc.com wrote:

Hi Guys,

We are evaluating to see if ElasticSearch would be a good fit for a Time-Series based analytics systems, i.e. storing millions of events with different attributes and being able to generate trends based on the time, event type and the optional attributes and draw pretty graphs.

More concretely, each event will have a timestamp, event type and a map of key/value attributes. Then a user can ask to see a chart of what was the hourly counts for Event Type A with attributes X and Y during past week.

Is anyone doing something similar to this on this list?

Thanks,

Drew

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