Side by Side with Elasticsearch and Solr: Performance and Scalability
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Back by popular demand! Sematext engineers Radu Gheorghe and Rafal Kuc are returning to Berlin Buzzwords next Tuesday, June 2, with the second installment of their “Side by Side with Elasticsearch and Solr” talk. (You can check out Part 1here.)
Elasticsearch and Solr Performance and Scalability
This brand new talk — which will include a live demo, a video demo and slides — will dive deeper into into how Elasticsearch and Solr scale and perform. And of course, they will take into account all the goodies that came with these search platforms since last year.
Radu and Rafal will show attendees how to tune Elasticsearch and Solr for two common use-cases: logging and product search. Then they will show what numbers they got after tuning. There will also be some sharing of best practices for scaling out massive Elasticsearch and Solr cluster; for example, how to divide data into shards and indices/collections that account for growth, when to use routing, and how to make sure that coordinated nodes don’t become unresponsive.
Not going to Berlin Buzzwords? No problem — watch this space for the video and slides soon…
Elasticsearch Intro Training Workshop on June 3 in Berlin
Attending BBuzz or going to be in the Berlin area on June 3 (the day after conference ends)? We’re holding an Elasticsearch Intro training workshop in Berlin —here are the details.
Feedback & Questions — Bring It On
If you’ve got feedback or questions about topics like Elasticsearch vs. Solr (here’s a detailed comparison) and what’s new and exciting with both applications, justdrop us a line. We live and breathe this stuff, so we’re always happy to hear from like-minded people.
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