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ELK: using a centralized logging architecture - part 1

Welcome, dear reader, to another post from my blog. On this new series, we will talk about a architecture specially designed to process data from log files coming from applications, with the junction of 3 tools, Logstash, ElasticSearch and Kibana. 1,962 more words


Docker: Dockerfile for Elasticsearch

Problem: How to write you own Dockerfile for elasticsearch?
Solution: It’s pretty simple. The one I have pasted below, works for me perfectly fine.

Dockerfile:  117 more words


Search Queries and Filters with ElasticsearchCRUD

This article demonstrates how to do searches with ElasticsearchCRUD. The API provides a search model which can be used with the search API from Elasticsearch. 719 more words


ElasticPress at WordCamp Paris

This weekend I presented at WordCamp Paris 2015. My session was titled “Modernizing WordPress Search with Elasticsearch”. The talk ran through issues with WordPress search, what Elasticsearch is, setting up an Elasticsearch cluster, and configuring ElasticPress. 72 more words


Command query responsibility segregation pattern with MongoDB, Redis and ElasticSearch


In large scales data-centric enterprise application read write ratio is very high. In that case we want the fast read access with different search criteria from enterprise database. 267 more words

Implementing integration testing for ElasticSearch with Java

ElasticSearch is particularly convenient to implement integration tests for application components that are based on it.

The ElasticSearch Java client provides all the necessary support to embed an ElasticSearch Node and use it to implement integration tests. 2,005 more words


Docker: Running ElasticSearch in Docker container

Problem: How to run Elastic Search in Docker container?
It’s very simple. We are going to use a Docker Image already available on GitHub (Check out reference section in last of this article please). 174 more words