Introducing Toshi, a search engine based on Elasticsearch. While Toshi is still a work in progress, it has some interesting features for developers looking to safely search in Rust. But does it really stack up compared to Elasticsearch? We take a look at some of the newest upgrades to Elasticsearch to compare.
dejavu claims to be the missing Web UI for Elasticsearch. As of v1.0, this is the only Elasticsearch web UI that supports importing data via JSON and CSV files, as well as defining field mappings from the GUI. Let’s have a look at the highlights.
Machine learning is showing up in all sorts of places in tech. These days, it can even be found in speeding up search engines. We talked with Shay Banon, Founder & CEO of Elastic, creator of Elasticsearch, about machine learning and its impact on the field of search engines.
The blockbuster 2.0.0 release of beloved full-text search engine Elasticsearch has landed. Based on Lucene 5.2.1, Elasticsearch 2.0.0 GA has countless changes for increased productivity, as well as more matured security features, not to mention the new ‘pipeline aggregation’.
Alex Zhitnitsky shares some of the caveats of deploying and managing the ELK stack on your own, and introduces us to the world of hosted ElasticSearch to help solve problems of scalability, stability and maintenance.
While real-time search engine Elasticsearch is known for its scalability, LinkedIn’s Kafka is a reliably fast messaging system. Mariam Hakobyan shows us how the two work together as a fast and performance-optimised duo.
Elasticsearch founder shares his experiences with Lucene and tells us how Elasticsearch all started with a simple cooking app for his wife.
Proving that open source can indeed bring in the goods, Apache Lucene grounded data engine has now racked up a total of $100m over past 18 months.
Apache Lucene based open source search engine ships with new aggregation and analytics tools, federated analytics, and new backup and restore capabilities.
The Israeli startup find some supporting evidence for their binary service Bintray in new survey, but also bigger challenges along the road.
The enterprise search engine has been released (mostly) under a GPL license. Can it challenge the established order of Solr and ElasticSearch?
The brains behind Artifactory have announced the full availability of their social home for binaries. Netflix, OpenJDK and Gradle are onboard – more to follow?
After two years of steady development, the distributed, RESTful, open source search server based on Apache Lucene looks set to take on the challenges ahead
One second is all you need to kill the Internet it seems