5 simple examples to understand Elasticsearch aggregation

Elasticsearch aggregation give us the ability to ask questions to our data. The ability to group and find out statistics (such as sum, average, min, max) on our data by using a simple search query.  In this post, we will see some very simple examples to understand how powerful and easy it is to use Elasticsearch … Continue reading 5 simple examples to understand Elasticsearch aggregation

Searchable logs with Filebeat and Elastic Stack

In a data sensitive application debugging is the most critical and time consuming especially if requests traffic is tremendously high, when it comes to debugging every developer’s last resort is application logs and debugging in large logs file is not an easy task. In this post I will brief you about how we can make … Continue reading Searchable logs with Filebeat and Elastic Stack

Rails, ElasticSearch and Go – merry go round

It all starts with a Rails application - business as usual. In one particular situation, we need to upload some complex excel sheet and update ElasticSearch with over 10k entries. The initial code was written in Ruby and run via sidekiq jobs but was taking about 28minutes to update the index! This was a bottle … Continue reading Rails, ElasticSearch and Go – merry go round