Planning High Throughput Elasticsearch Clusters: Part 1

2020-03-09T17:31:10+00:00

Building an Elasticsearch cluster can be as easy as assembling an Ikea Billy bookshelf and sizing as complex as engineering a 24 hours of Le Mans race car. In this article series we will put a spotlight on what has to be taken into account when molding clusters.

Building an Elasticsearch cluster for log ingestion can be as easy as assembling an Ikea Billy bookshelf and sizing as complex as engineering a 24 hours of Le Mans ra

Planning High Throughput Elasticsearch Clusters: Part 12020-03-09T17:31:10+00:00

Sport-Tracking mit Elasticsearch [Meetup]

2018-02-07T14:54:40+00:00

In diesem Mittschnitt unseres Meetups zeigt Tracking Fan Wolfgang, wie er die Daten seiner Garmin Watch selbst mit Elasticsearch ausgewertet hat.

In diesem Mittschnitt unseres Meetups in Karlsruhe zeigt Wolfgang, ein begeisterter Triathlet und Tracking Fan, wie er die Daten seiner Garmin Watch selbst mit

Sport-Tracking mit Elasticsearch [Meetup]2018-02-07T14:54:40+00:00

Elk on Docker (-Compose)

2019-06-07T16:57:01+00:00

This article will show you how to run an ELK on Docker using Docker Compose so you can run it on your Docker infrastructure or test it on your local system.

The ELK/Elastic stack is a common open source solution for collecting and analyzing log data from distributed systems. This article will show you how to run an ELK on

Elk on Docker (-Compose)2019-06-07T16:57:01+00:00

Death of an ELK?

2019-06-07T17:00:40+00:00

This article will guide you through updating the ELK stack (Elastic Search, Logstash Kibiana) from version 1.x to 2.x.

This article will guide you through updating the ELK stack from version 1.x to 2.x, taking into account the correct order of its components

Death of an ELK?2019-06-07T17:00:40+00:00

Drastic Elastic [Part 1]: ElasticSearch as a Database

2019-04-02T17:22:09+00:00

Idea of using a search engine as a database, mainly due to cost and usability considerations. In this article I want to share my experience.

In an article for Java Magazin way back in 2012 (only a small section of it seems to have survived online(!), although it is still available from the inovex website a

Drastic Elastic [Part 1]: ElasticSearch as a Database2019-04-02T17:22:09+00:00