Official .NET client


(Loïc Wenkin) #1

Hello everybody,

I watched a video 2 or 3 months ago (Facebook and Elasticsearch), and in
this video, it was said that it was planned to develop an official .NET
client. Do you have some news about it ? Is there a roadmap (or at least,
an idea about a release date (2014, 2015 ...)) for this client ?
Currently, I am using PlainElastic.Net which is a great client (I like the
idea to work with strings directly accessible to user, allowing us to
easily debug queries), but some features are missing (I think to
aggregations, for example, or a kind of integrated failover system).

Any news about it would be appreciated :slight_smile:

Regards,
Loïc

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(Paige Cook) #2

Elasticsearch.Net and NEST are the official .NET Clients for Elasticsearch.
You can read about them in the recent blog post - introducing
elasticsearch.net and nest 1.0.0-beta1http://www.elasticsearch.org/blog/introducing-elasticsearch-net-nest-1-0-0-beta1/
Both aggregations and integrated failover are supported in
Elasticsearch.Net and NEST.

On Tuesday, May 6, 2014 5:51:25 AM UTC-4, Loïc Wenkin wrote:

Hello everybody,

I watched a video 2 or 3 months ago (Facebook and Elasticsearch), and in
this video, it was said that it was planned to develop an official .NET
client. Do you have some news about it ? Is there a roadmap (or at least,
an idea about a release date (2014, 2015 ...)) for this client ?
Currently, I am using PlainElastic.Net which is a great client (I like the
idea to work with strings directly accessible to user, allowing us to
easily debug queries), but some features are missing (I think to
aggregations, for example, or a kind of integrated failover system).

Any news about it would be appreciated :slight_smile:

Regards,
Loïc

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(Loïc Wenkin) #3

Hi Paige,

Sorry for the late reply. Many thanks about it, I will have a look at
Elasticsearch.Net (I already had a look at NEST some month ago, but it
wasn't all I need) and see if it can help me :slight_smile:

Regards,
Loïc

Le vendredi 9 mai 2014 04:06:47 UTC+2, Paige Cook a écrit :

Elasticsearch.Net and NEST are the official .NET Clients for
Elasticsearch. You can read about them in the recent blog post - introducing
elasticsearch.net and nest 1.0.0-beta1http://www.elasticsearch.org/blog/introducing-elasticsearch-net-nest-1-0-0-beta1/
Both aggregations and integrated failover are supported in
Elasticsearch.Net and NEST.

On Tuesday, May 6, 2014 5:51:25 AM UTC-4, Loïc Wenkin wrote:

Hello everybody,

I watched a video 2 or 3 months ago (Facebook and Elasticsearch), and in
this video, it was said that it was planned to develop an official .NET
client. Do you have some news about it ? Is there a roadmap (or at least,
an idea about a release date (2014, 2015 ...)) for this client ?
Currently, I am using PlainElastic.Net which is a great client (I like
the idea to work with strings directly accessible to user, allowing us to
easily debug queries), but some features are missing (I think to
aggregations, for example, or a kind of integrated failover system).

Any news about it would be appreciated :slight_smile:

Regards,
Loïc

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(Paige Cook) #4

If it has been a couple of months since you last looked at NEST, I would
suggest looking at it again as the 1.0.0-beta1 release of NEST has also
added more of the functionality you mentioned below, since NEST is now
built on top of Elasticsearch.Net.

On Friday, May 16, 2014 5:56:12 AM UTC-4, Loïc Wenkin wrote:

Hi Paige,

Sorry for the late reply. Many thanks about it, I will have a look at
Elasticsearch.Net (I already had a look at NEST some month ago, but it
wasn't all I need) and see if it can help me :slight_smile:

Regards,
Loïc

Le vendredi 9 mai 2014 04:06:47 UTC+2, Paige Cook a écrit :

Elasticsearch.Net and NEST are the official .NET Clients for
Elasticsearch. You can read about them in the recent blog post - introducing
elasticsearch.net and nest 1.0.0-beta1http://www.elasticsearch.org/blog/introducing-elasticsearch-net-nest-1-0-0-beta1/
Both aggregations and integrated failover are supported in
Elasticsearch.Net and NEST.

On Tuesday, May 6, 2014 5:51:25 AM UTC-4, Loïc Wenkin wrote:

Hello everybody,

I watched a video 2 or 3 months ago (Facebook and Elasticsearch), and in
this video, it was said that it was planned to develop an official .NET
client. Do you have some news about it ? Is there a roadmap (or at least,
an idea about a release date (2014, 2015 ...)) for this client ?
Currently, I am using PlainElastic.Net which is a great client (I like
the idea to work with strings directly accessible to user, allowing us to
easily debug queries), but some features are missing (I think to
aggregations, for example, or a kind of integrated failover system).

Any news about it would be appreciated :slight_smile:

Regards,
Loïc

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