We are using it as a database.
IMHO it has richer query capabilities and better sharding/partitioning than
what was available for MongoDB at the time. Of course, ES is a work in
progress while CouchDB is stable and maturing.
Writing queries is very painful however. They are proving to be difficult to
learn for someone like me without a Lucene or text-search background.
Looking forward to an ES in Action book.
On Sun, Sep 12, 2010 at 3:18 PM, Fede firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
This might be a stupid question, but I do not see differences with
couchdb and elastic search.
They could solve the same problem , but I see a great advantage of
elastic search over couchdb
if you want to search on couch db, you have to write a map reduce
is there something that I'm missing
Is there fundamental difference that one cannot solve a problem of the
I know elastic search it's not a database, but it could work as one..