Collecting data from any websocket into ElasticSearch is just a silly
pet project, which means I have little time to work on it. Here is
some code so far:
It is not complete, but functional. Almost finished with a
configurable index builder (bulk or not). There is no testing since
testing for a plugin seems tricky. The code needs to be abstracted
first. Also, ES plugins need to be compiled for a specific version,
so I need to create a configurable build script instead of changing
the project file, which might be confusing for non-SBT users.
I will probably work on it more after 0.16 is officially released.
0.16 is required, so I am working of maven snapshots for the plugin
build and compiling from master for the actual server.
If you plan on working with Meetup data, the example mapping is far
from complete. The default analyzer and no storage does not work for
most "interesting" fields.
On Mar 15, 9:14 am, "Administrator" ad...@sf4answers.com wrote:
Actually, I'd be interested in the meetup river, as I would like to
find events of a particular nature (video game tournaments/casuals for
Street Fighter 4, Marvel vs Capcom 3, etc).
Care to share?
From: Ivan Brusic [mailto:ivan_bru...@yahoo.com]
Sent: Tuesday, March 15, 2011 8:05 AM
Subject: SPAM-LOW: Re: Who uses ES in production ?
I have been using ElasticSearch for a trivial application at work.
Nothing too exciting, the volume of data is rather low (for now), but
the REST interface allows querying from different applications.
In the meantime, I built a websocket river for ElasticSearch. I am
currently indexing all RSVPs from Meetup.com. Why? Because. I have
been doing some rudimentary data mining using only ES and JSON calls!
Top programming language (by the amount of RSVPs)? PHP. Top state
for development meetups? NY. My plan is to have an HTML5 interface
to present the data, but I am not a front-end guy and I have yet to
start the work.
On Mar 15, 4:52 am, David Pilato
Hello < the list >
I would like to know if someone uses Elastic Search in production
environment. If possible also to give me a feedback about the number of
It will be very useful for IT managers to know that.
Shay ? Do you have somewhere ES testimonials or guestbook ?