With the release of Elasticsearch 1.5.0 (probably) we will get the ability to benchmark our queries and see which parts of them is not fast enough for our use case. This gives us a great insight on what is being executed, how and where are the potential bottlenecks. Although it requires setting us a node for benchmarking I suspect this may come in handy for Elasticsearch users struggling with performance. Let’s have a look at this functionality to see what can we expect and how we can use it.
With the recent release of Elasticsearch 1.4.0 Beta1, we decided that it is time to mention the aggregations that were added to Elasticsearch since 1.0 – the version that we used during the writing of Elasticsearch Server Second Edition. In this blog entry we will look at all the aggregations that were added starting from Elasticsearch 1.1 until Elasticsearch 1.4.
The enter the competition, please write a comment or mail (blog(at)elasticsearchserverbook(dot)com) describing unusual usage of one of Elasticsearch features or just describe how you are using Elasticsearch or how you will use it.
The contents will be active from today (8th of June 2014) till (22th of June 2014). The winners (two persons) will be chosen randomly from the mails and comments that we will receive during the two weeks period.
Update: Please note that the winners will be contacted by mail, so please include an e-mail address under you can be reached.
Note: The contest is now over and the winners – Eyal and Jorge will be contacted by mail – congratulations
We wanted to share the information, that our first Elasticsearch book – the ElasticSearch Server was translated to Japanese and should be now available. Information about the book can be found at ASCII Index and the book can be purchased on Japanese Amazon site.
We would like to thank all the people who were involved in the translation process. Especially we would like to thank Jun Ohtani (@johtani, blog.johtani.info) who were in touch with us, submitted many corrections to the book (please see errata) and had to work with us Once again, thank you all!
The Mastering ElasticSearch book that was published in December 2013 included a chapter dedicated to improving user search experience. However, one of the topics didn’t made it into the book. Because of that we wanted to share this section of the book on the blog. We hope that you’ll find it useful.
Our publisher Packt Publishing is offering its ebooks and videos just for $5 till 3rd of January 2014 as the eBook Bonanza promotion. If you wanted to buy something published by Packt, like our ElasticSearch Server, Mastering ElasticSearch, Apache 4 Cookbook or Solr 3.1 Cookbook please go https://www.packtpub.com/ebookbonanza.
Its a nice promotion if you hesitated to buy any of the books from Packt Publishing, but remember that it end on 3rd of January, so not much time left.
Packt Publishing is giving everyone the chance to explore its entire catalog of eBooks and videos at 50% off in its biggest ever sale. During the event, anyone will be able to use the discount code COL50 at checkout for any eBooks or videos of their choice – as many times as they like until Thursday, 17th-Oct-2013. This is a great opportunity to buy both ElasticSearch Server and Mastering ElasticSearch books.
If you are interested please head to Packt Publishing home page, at https://www.packtpub.com/.