Continuing my previous post, second book that I was working for PacktPub as technical reviewer was "Elasticsearch Server".
A very good book for this development based on the library Lucene, with many examples and concepts in order to exploit the full potential of free text searches using ElasticSearch.
As with the book described in the previous post (Apache Solr 4 Cookbook) this book is a perfect resource used during the development of "Scotas's Push Connector" because it allows me to integrate and exploit their full potential.
- Learn the basics of ElasticSearch like data indexing, analysis, and dynamic mapping
- Query and filter ElasticSearch for more accurate and precise search results
- Learn how to monitor and manage ElasticSearch clusters and troubleshoot any problems that arise
Table of Contents
- Chapter 1: Getting Started with ElasticSearch Cluster
- Chapter 2: Searching Your Data
- Chapter 3: Extending Your Structure and Search
- Chapter 4: Make Your Search Better
- Chapter 5: Combining Indexing, Analysis, and Search
- Chapter 6: Beyond Searching
- Chapter 7: Administrating Your Cluster
- Chapter 8: Dealing with Problems
Rafał KućRafał Kuć is a born team leader and software developer. Currently working as a Consultant and a Software Engineer at Sematext Inc, where he concentrates on open source technologies such as Apache Lucene and Solr, ElasticSearch, and Hadoop stack. He has more than 10 years of experience in various software branches, from banking software to e-commerce products. He is mainly focused on Java, but open to every tool and programming language that will make the achievement of his goal easier and faster. Rafał is also one of the founders of the solr.pl site, where he tries to share his knowledge and help people with their problems with Solr and Lucene. He is also a speaker for various conferences around the world such as Lucene Eurocon, Berlin Buzzwords, and ApacheCon. Rafał began his journey with Lucene in 2002 and it wasn't love at first sight. When he came back to Lucene later in 2003, he revised his thoughts about the framework and saw the potential in search technologies. Then Solr came and that was it. From then on, Rafał has concentrated on search technologies and data analysis. Right now Lucene, Solr, and ElasticSearch are his main points of interest. Rafał is also the author of Apache Solr 3.1 Cookbook and the update to it—Apache Solr 4 Cookbook—published by Packt Publishing.
Marek RogozińskiMarek Rogoziński is a software architect and consultant with more than 10 years of experience. His specialization concerns solutions based on open source projects such as Solr and ElasticSearch. He is also the co-funder of the solr.pl site, publishing information and tutorials about the Solr and Lucene library. He currently holds the position of Chief Technology Officer in Smartupz, the vendor of the Discourse™ social collaboration software.
Many developers know Lucene, but do not know the product ElasticSearch, to know or want to know this book is going to enter in the product and the potential of this.