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Ashnik is proud to be the Host Partner of the 3rd PGConf APAC 2018
Implementing Security Analytics Using Elastic Stack
Untangling Years of Layered Legacy Systems
There was a miniature racing track with slopes and there were 4 cars controlled by 4 players through their controllers. People were cheering for the winner. After each lap, the players would swap the cars (thereby getting a chance to run car on different track with different turning angles) We were witnessing interesting racing scenario...
- Sachin D | Founder, Director - Ashnik
Some months back, Ashnik’s CEO, Sachin Dabir had written an interesting blog on Exponential Innovation quoting the Futurist, Gerd Leonhard. Never having heard of him prior to that, I read up about on him, watched some of his videos and realised the substantial amount of followers he had...
- Deepti D | Director – Marketing and Communications, Ashnik
SINGAPORE – Media OutReach – 12 March 2018 – PGConf APAC has announced its third user conference, which will be held on March 22–23, 2018 in Singapore. Known to be the only large-scale PostgreSQL conference in Asia Pacific, PGConf APAC aims to create a platform for the developer community to network, exchange ideas...
- PGConf APAC 2018
Threats don’t follow templates. Neither should you. The Elastic Stack gives you the edge you need to keep pace with the attack vectors of today and tomorrow. Let’s start with understanding what security analytics is and how it can be maximized. Security analytics is the process of using data collection, aggregation...
- Ajit Gadge | Senior Consultant

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Thanks for a great event! Will definitely look forward to more of these.
- Uli Hitzel, Axway (Tech Insights, Singapore attendee)
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