Elasticsearch is a distributed, open source search and analytics engine. Often utilized for enhancing 'full-text' search capabilities or analytic assessment, it converts raw data like log files into documents and stores them in a JSON-like object. Elasticsearch uses its own developer-friendly querying language known as Query DSL to provide lean access to document data not bound by schemas, columns, rows, or tables.
Tips and Tricks
Elasticsearch is popular, rapidly growing, and actively maintained. Increasing the availability and accessibility of your data has tremendous potential when applied to analytic and "search" functions. We've put together an assortment of useful tips and tricks that will help you make the most out of you deployment.
We've open sourced our Transporter application - you can use a derivative of it inside the Compose dashboard. To diversify your databases and services, Transporter will help you convert data from one source to another. Quick, safe, easy. We've got all the information you need. It is particularity great for those looking to migrate data into Elasticsearch.
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