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Relativity Fest 2018

Mike Malone

Advisory Software Engineer, Relativity

Speaker Bio

Mike Malone joined the RelativityOne service delivery team in August of 2016, a veteran of e-discovery providers both large and small. Mike has over 15 years of experience writing SQL and managing infrastructure, the last 10 of which have been focused on Relativity. In that time, Mike has run hundreds of productions, written dozens of Relativity scripts, authored several Relativity Applications, and used Relativity to do just about everything except review documents. In addition, he has managed performance and workflow in some of the largest Relativity workspaces on the planet (10+ TBs / 100mil+ documents), built Relativity environments from scratch, and executed many successful upgrades. Mike has held an RCA since the creation of the program, and in 2014, became the first external professional to earn the Relativity Master certification.

PR225284 - Intro to Opserver: The Must-Have Tool for Infrastructure Monitoring Opserver is an infrastructure monitoring tool built by and used at Stack Exchange. It's lightweight, powerful, and best of all ... free! We're big fans of Opserver at Relativity, and in this session, we'll show you why Opserver is such a killer tool for monitoring your Relativity infrastructure. We'll give you an overview of the information you can get from Opserver (SQL/ElasticSearch), practical ways to use Opserver to quickly identify-or rule out-infrastructure issues in real time, and detailed instructions on how to install and configure Opserver (no git experience necessary!). Come ready to geek out on infrastructure, and leave armed with all the info you need to put Opserver to work in your own environment. 1 Hour Lecture Mike Malone - Advisory Software Engineer, Relativity
Kent Salsbery - Database Administrator, Relativity
Louis Fritz - Senior Database Administrator, Relativity