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Elasticsearch now supports SQL query.

When using Elasticsearch, you will occasionally use Query DSL in Kibana to Query data. Elasticsearch now supports SQL queries (since version 6.3). This is the only way for Elasticsearch to use SQL queries. El...

Elasticsearch: How to search for emoji

Elasticsearch is a very popular search engine. It can segmentation text, so as to achieve full-text search. On it, we can see all kinds of emoji symbols. For example, if we want to search for GRIN, it will find documents with the ? emoji as well. In today's article, we show how to implement emoji...

How to deploy Elastic Stack-Security using Ansible

We've learned how to deploy our Elasticsearch and Kibana using Ansible. I want you to complete the three exercises above before proceeding to the following exercises. In a real production environment, we would use Elasticsearch security. Configure passwords for built-in users. Above, I showed you two ways to configure security. .

Introduction to ElasticSearch

The Spring Security serialized by Songko has basically come to an end. Next, I will take the time to organize this series of tutorials into a series to distribute to you. Recently, I have had a little rest. Although I can go to bed early without writing a tutorial, I will feel bored and have to find something to do. I feel it is time to start a new journey ~ during the National Day of 2018...

Introduction to ES (ES Series 1)

The above excerpt from Elasticsearch: the definitive guide tells us what super powers ES has. This series of articles is based on a practical summary of the work. The ultimate goal is to explore how to smooth the migration to ES (using the Java technology stack) based on existing business requirements to compensate for the limitations of relational databases and improve our ability to process data. Part TWO: We discuss...

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