I'm in the process of building a hosted ElasticSearch service, to be
available first as a Heroku addon, and eventually for other platforms as
One of the last things I'm working on before we launch for real is to
gather and run a bunch of test suites against our systems. I want to make
sure we're solidly compatible with as wide a range of clients and use cases
So if you've built an ElasticSearch client, or have any kind of
ElasticSearch integration test suite laying around, I'd love to add that to
Lately I've been developing against Tire's integration tests, which has
been helpful. I've also collected a few other projects that I've found
hosted on GitHub, particularly those that are set up to run on Travis CI.
That said, I'm mostly a Ruby guy, so I may have some questions for the
authors or contributors: notably, how to configure the test suite to run
against an arbitrary URL.
So if you're an ElasticSearch client author — or really any ES user —
interested in making sure we're maximally compatible with their client of
choice, I'd love to borrow a few minutes of your time to get up to speed
with your tests.
Also, if you have any questions about our service — particularly if you're
using us in beta already — feel free to ask! Happy to talk shop about what
we're up to. (Maybe you're wondering why I need all these tests?)
Cofounder, One More Cloud
Hassle-free hosted full-text search,
powered by Apache Solr and ElasticSearch.