A hosted Elasticsearch index


(mark_stacksearch) #1

Hey, all. My company is thinking about making hosted elasticsearch indexes
available on our Rackspace cluster. We built a minimum viable product, and
are interested to see if it solves problems. The indexes can get
provisioned in seconds and there is no credit card required. In order to
get some testers, I would be happy to waive the fee for the larger tiers
with a little background knowledge of the size and scope of your project
(this is just to ensure that we are bankrupted by compute costs).

The service is at qbox.io. Other resources:

https://github.com/bcantin/qbox-tutorial is a tutorial

https://github.com/bcantin/madhatter is the 'play along and learn' project
that the tutorial walks you through

Mark Brandon, CEO
StackSearch
Hosted ElasticSearch at qbox.io http://qbox.io

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(trunger) #2

Looks good. I will check it out. Anyone using it in production yet?

On Monday, April 29, 2013 1:52:23 PM UTC-7, Mark Brandon wrote:

Hey, all. My company is thinking about making hosted elasticsearch
indexes available on our Rackspace cluster. We built a minimum viable
product, and are interested to see if it solves problems. The indexes can
get provisioned in seconds and there is no credit card required. In order
to get some testers, I would be happy to waive the fee for the larger tiers
with a little background knowledge of the size and scope of your project
(this is just to ensure that we are bankrupted by compute costs).

The service is at qbox.io. Other resources:

https://github.com/bcantin/qbox-tutorial is a tutorial

https://github.com/bcantin/madhatter is the 'play along and learn'
project that the tutorial walks you through

Mark Brandon, CEO
StackSearch
Hosted ElasticSearch at qbox.io http://qbox.io

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(mark_stacksearch) #3

Yes, there are production users, mainly our own firm. Not only do we use our indexes for our own log and messaging analysis, we have an e-commerce product search practice in production.

We just moved this into general availability this week, and got a nice write-up on the Rackspace Devops Blog (http://devops.rackspace.com/qbox.html) about implementing auto-complete.

Apologizing in advance for the self-promotion, but you can also get a free dev tier to test it out yourself.


(Chris Honselaar) #4

Just signed up for a starter plan. However I noticed that both of the email
addresses given under 'Contact' are not working (delivery failure
notifications) and no other contact options are listed.
What is the support situation right now?

And is there an ETA on deploying a more recent ElasticSearch version?
(0.90.0 or 0.90.1 stable).

Thanks,
Chris

Op maandag 29 april 2013 22:52:23 UTC+2 schreef Mark Brandon het volgende:

Hey, all. My company is thinking about making hosted elasticsearch
indexes available on our Rackspace cluster. We built a minimum viable
product, and are interested to see if it solves problems. The indexes can
get provisioned in seconds and there is no credit card required. In order
to get some testers, I would be happy to waive the fee for the larger tiers
with a little background knowledge of the size and scope of your project
(this is just to ensure that we are bankrupted by compute costs).

The service is at qbox.io. Other resources:

https://github.com/bcantin/qbox-tutorial is a tutorial

https://github.com/bcantin/madhatter is the 'play along and learn'
project that the tutorial walks you through

Mark Brandon, CEO
StackSearch
Hosted ElasticSearch at qbox.io http://qbox.io

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(mark_stacksearch) #5

Sorry about that, Chris.... I just changed those inboxes to groups, and
forgot to enable "anyone" in the access settings. It has been fixed, and
my apologies. We are definitely open for business, and you can ping these
addresses, or me personally, any time.

On Monday, April 29, 2013 3:52:23 PM UTC-5, Mark Brandon wrote:

Hey, all. My company is thinking about making hosted elasticsearch
indexes available on our Rackspace cluster. We built a minimum viable
product, and are interested to see if it solves problems. The indexes can
get provisioned in seconds and there is no credit card required. In order
to get some testers, I would be happy to waive the fee for the larger tiers
with a little background knowledge of the size and scope of your project
(this is just to ensure that we are bankrupted by compute costs).

The service is at qbox.io. Other resources:

https://github.com/bcantin/qbox-tutorial is a tutorial

https://github.com/bcantin/madhatter is the 'play along and learn'
project that the tutorial walks you through

Mark Brandon, CEO
StackSearch
Hosted ElasticSearch at qbox.io http://qbox.io

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(Chris Honselaar) #6

Great, thanks for responding so quickly Mark!
About the Elasticsearch version in use: any expectation for that update or
are you staying on 0.20.5 for stability reasons?

Another quick question: are all plans provisioned on US region datacenters
right now? Will you also provide support for the EU region in the (near)
future?

Thank you,
Chris Honselaar

Op maandag 3 juni 2013 22:51:05 UTC+2 schreef Mark Brandon het volgende:

Sorry about that, Chris.... I just changed those inboxes to groups, and
forgot to enable "anyone" in the access settings. It has been fixed, and
my apologies. We are definitely open for business, and you can ping these
addresses, or me personally, any time.

On Monday, April 29, 2013 3:52:23 PM UTC-5, Mark Brandon wrote:

Hey, all. My company is thinking about making hosted elasticsearch
indexes available on our Rackspace cluster. We built a minimum viable
product, and are interested to see if it solves problems. The indexes can
get provisioned in seconds and there is no credit card required. In order
to get some testers, I would be happy to waive the fee for the larger tiers
with a little background knowledge of the size and scope of your project
(this is just to ensure that we are bankrupted by compute costs).

The service is at qbox.io. Other resources:

https://github.com/bcantin/qbox-tutorial is a tutorial

https://github.com/bcantin/madhatter is the 'play along and learn'
project that the tutorial walks you through

Mark Brandon, CEO
StackSearch
Hosted ElasticSearch at qbox.io http://qbox.io

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(mark_stacksearch) #7

Chris:

We just migrated to .9 over the weekend. We'll be changing the marketing site to reflect this shortly.

Also, we are hip deep in building out a cluster in a UK data center for European customers. This should be ready within a week. If you would like to be one of the early testers of this, please reach out. We would be interested in the feedback.


(Chris Honselaar) #8

Awesome! That would give you a definite leg up on Bonsai.io (currently they
support US region provisioning only).

Would I like to be an early tester? Why yes, sir, I most certainly would :smiley:

Op dinsdag 4 juni 2013 schreef mark_stacksearch (mark@stacksearch.com) het
volgende:

Chris:

We just migrated to .9 over the weekend. We'll be changing the marketing
site to reflect this shortly.

Also, we are hip deep in building out a cluster in a UK data center for
European customers. This should be ready within a week. If you would like
to be one of the early testers of this, please reach out. We would be
interested in the feedback.


Mark Brandon, CEO
StackSearch
Hosted Elasticsearch solutions

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(Andrew Uglev) #9

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