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What Is Special About This? Significant Terms in Elasticseach

I have been using Elasticsearch a few times now for doing analytics of twitter data for conferences. Popular hashtags and mentions that can be extraced using facets can show what is hot at a conference. But you can go even further and see what makes each hashtag special. In this post I would like to show you the significant terms ...

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ElasticSearch-Hadoop: Indexing product views count and customer top search query from Hadoop to ElasticSearch

This post covers to use ElasticSearch-Hadoop to read data from Hadoop system and index that in ElasticSearch. The functionality it covers is to index product views count and top search query per customer in last n number of days. The analyzed data can further be used on website to display customer recently viewed, product views count and top search query string. ...

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Elasticsearch in a Box

Are you looking to get going with Elasticsearch as quickly as possible without having to worry about installing Java or Elasticsearch itself? Are you looking for a repeatable and automated mechanism for bringing up Elasticsearch instances for developmental and or testing purposes? While there’s certainly a number of Elasticsearch-as-a-platform service providers out there, there’s one other option: use Elasticsearch-in-a-box. Elasticsearch-in-a-box ...

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Understanding ElasticSearch Analyzers

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Sadly, lots of early Internet beer recipes aren’t necessarily in an easily digestible format; that is, these recipes are unstructured intermixed lists of directions and ingredients often originally composed in an email or forum post. So while it’s hard to easily put these recipes into traditional data stores (ostensibly for easier searching), they’re perfect for ElasticSearch in their current form. ...

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Searchable documents? Yes You Can. Another reason to choose AsciiDoc

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Elasticsearch is a flexible and powerful open source, distributed real-time search and analytics engine for the cloud based on Apache Lucene which provides full text search capabilities. It is document oriented and schema free. Asciidoctor is a pure Ruby processor for converting AsciiDoc source files and strings into HTML 5, DocBook 4.5 and other formats. Apart of Asciidoctor Ruby part, ...

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ElasticSearch on EC2 in Less Than 60 Seconds

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Curious to see what all the ElasticSearch hubbub is about? Wanna see it in action without a lot of elbow grease? Then look no further, friend – in less than 60 seconds, I’ll show you how to install ElasticSearch on an AWS AMI. You’ll first need an AWS account along with an SSH key pair. If you don’t already have ...

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The Democratization of Search

Over the past year and a half, I’ve watched ElasticSearch grow from a seemingly part-time code experiment into a thriving ecosystem. Not only has the number of client libraries grown from 1 to over 25 (and counting!); it’s now a commercially sponsored project to the tune of $34 million (a $10M series A and a $24M series B) with 200,000 ...

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Elasticsearch: Text analysis for content enrichment

Every text search solution is as powerful as the text analysis capabilities it offers. Lucene is such open source information retrieval library offering many text analysis possibilities. In this post, we will cover some of the main text analysis features offered by ElasticSearch available to enrich your search content. Content Enrichment Taking an example of a typical eCommerce site, serving ...

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Getting started with ElasticSearch

A quick introduction to ElasticSearch, an open source, ditributed and RESTful search engine based on lucene, and how easily you can start working with it. Search Solution As mentioned in the earlier post, Choosing the right search solution for your site, feel free to analyze a best suited search solution for your requirements. In below section, we will cover further ...

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