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The Resource Elasticsearch Server, (electronic book)

Elasticsearch Server, (electronic book)

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Elasticsearch Server
Title
Elasticsearch Server
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Subject
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eng
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Kuć, Rafał
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QA76.76.A65 -- K83 2016eb
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non fiction
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Rogoziński, Marek
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Elasticsearch Server, (electronic book)
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online resource
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rdacarrier
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multicolored
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text
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txt
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Contents
  • Cover -- Copyright -- Credits -- About the Authors -- About the Reviewer -- www.PacktPub.com -- Table of Contents -- Preface -- Chapter 1: Getting Started with Elasticsearch Cluster -- Full text searching -- The Lucene glossary and architecture -- Input data analysis -- Indexing and querying -- Scoring and query relevance -- The basics of Elasticsearch -- Key concepts of Elasticsearch -- Index -- Document -- Document type -- Mapping -- Key concepts of the Elasticsearch infrastructure -- Nodes and clusters -- Shards -- Replicas -- Gateway -- Indexing and searching -- Installing and configuring your cluster -- Installing Java -- Installing Elasticsearch -- Running Elasticsearch -- Shutting down Elasticsearch -- The directory layout -- Configuring Elasticsearch -- The system-specific installation and configuration -- Installing Elasticsearch on Linux -- Configuring Elasticsearch as a system service on Linux -- Elasticsearch as a system service on Windows -- Manipulating data with the REST API -- Understanding the REST API -- Storing data in Elasticsearch -- Creating a new document -- Retrieving documents -- Updating documents -- Dealing with non-existing documents -- Adding partial documents -- Deleting documents -- Versioning -- Usage example -- Versioning from external systems -- Searching with the URI request query -- Sample data -- URI search -- Elasticsearch query response -- Query analysis -- URI query string parameters -- The query -- The default search field -- Analyzer -- The default operator property -- Query explanation -- The fields returned -- Sorting the results -- The search timeout -- The results window -- Limiting per-shard results -- Ignoring unavailable indices -- The search type -- Lowercasing term expansion -- Wildcard and prefix analysis -- Lucene query syntax -- Summary -- Chapter 2: Indexing Your Data
  • Elasticsearch indexing -- Shards and replicas -- Write consistency -- Creating indices -- Altering automatic index creation -- Settings for a newly created index -- Index deletion -- Mappings configuration -- Type determining mechanism -- Disabling the type determining mechanism -- Tuning the type determining mechanism for numeric types -- Tuning the type determining mechanism for dates -- Index structure mapping -- Type and types definition -- Fields -- Core types -- Multi fields -- The IP address type -- Token count type -- Using analyzers -- Out-of-the-box analyzers -- Defining your own analyzers -- Default analyzers -- Different similarity models -- Setting per-field similarity -- Available similarity models -- Batch indexing to speed up your indexing process -- Preparing data for bulk indexing -- Indexing the data -- The _all field -- The _source field -- Additional internal fields -- Introduction to segment merging -- Segment merging -- The need for segment merging -- The merge policy -- The merge scheduler -- Throttling -- Introduction to routing -- Default indexing -- Default searching -- Routing -- The routing parameters -- Routing fields -- Summary -- Chapter 3: Searching Your Data -- Querying Elasticsearch -- The example data -- A simple query -- Paging and result size -- Returning the version value -- Limiting the score -- Choosing the fields that we want to return -- Source filtering -- Using the script fields -- Passing parameters to the script fields -- Understanding the querying process -- Query logic -- Search type -- Search execution preference -- Search shards API -- Basic queries -- The term query -- The terms query -- The match all query -- The type query -- The exists query -- The missing query -- The common terms query -- The match query -- The Boolean match query -- The phrase match query -- The match phrase prefix query
  • The multi match query -- The query string query -- Running the query string query against multiple fields -- The simple query string query -- The identifiers query -- The prefix query -- The fuzzy query -- The wildcard query -- The range query -- Regular expression query -- The more like this query -- Compound queries -- The bool query -- The dis_max query -- The boosting query -- The constant_score query -- The indices query -- Using span queries -- A span -- Span term query -- Span first query -- Span near query -- Span or query -- Span not query -- Span within query -- Span containing query -- Span multi query -- Performance considerations -- Choosing the right query -- The use cases -- Limiting results to given tags -- Searching for values in a range -- Boosting some of the matched documents -- Ignoring lower scoring partial queries -- Using Lucene query syntax in queries -- Handling user queries without errors -- Autocomplete using prefixes -- Finding terms similar to a given one -- Matching phrases -- Spans, spans everywhere -- Summary -- Chapter 4: Extending Your Querying Knowledge -- Filtering your results -- The context is the key -- Explicit filtering with bool query -- Highlighting -- Getting started with highlighting -- Field configuration -- Under the hood -- Forcing highlighter type -- Configuring HTML tags -- Controlling highlighted fragments -- Global and local settings -- Require matching -- Custom highlighting query -- The Postings highlighter -- Validating your queries -- Using the Validate API -- Sorting data -- Default sorting -- Selecting fields used for sorting -- Sorting mode -- Specifying behavior for missing fields -- Dynamic criteria -- Calculate scoring when sorting -- Query rewrite -- Prefix query as an example -- Getting back to Apache Lucene -- Query rewrite properties -- Summary
  • Chapter 5: Extending Your Index Structure -- Indexing tree-like structures -- Data structure -- Analysis -- Indexing data that is not flat -- Data -- Objects -- Arrays -- Mappings -- Final mappings -- Sending the mappings to Elasticsearch -- To be or not to be dynamic -- Disabling object indexing -- Using nested objects -- Scoring and nested queries -- Using the parent-child relationship -- Index structure and data indexing -- Child mappings -- Parent mappings -- The parent document -- Child documents -- Querying -- Querying data in the child documents -- Querying data in the parent documents -- Performance considerations -- Modifying your index structure with the update API -- The mappings -- Adding a new field to the existing index -- Modifying fields of an existing index -- Summary -- Chapter 6: Make Your Search Better -- Introduction to Apache Lucene scoring -- When a document is matched -- Default scoring formula -- Relevancy matters -- Scripting capabilities of Elasticsearch -- Objects available during script execution -- Script types -- In file scripts -- Inline scripts -- Indexed scripts -- Querying with scripts -- Scripting with parameters -- Script languages -- Using other than embedded languages -- Using native code -- The factory implementation -- Implementing the native script -- The plugin definition -- Installing the plugin -- Running the script -- Searching content in different languages -- Handling languages differently -- Handling multiple languages -- Detecting the language of the document -- Sample document -- The mappings -- Querying -- Queries with an identified language -- Queries with an unknown language -- Combining queries -- Influencing scores with query boosts -- The boost -- Adding the boost to queries -- Modifying the score -- Constant score query -- Boosting query -- The function score query
  • When does index-time boosting make sense? -- Defining boosting in the mappings -- Words with the same meaning -- Synonym filter -- Synonyms in the mappings -- Synonyms stored on the file system -- Defining synonym rules -- Using Apache Solr synonyms -- Using WordNet synonyms -- Query or index-time synonym expansion -- Understanding the explain information -- Understanding field analysis -- Explaining the query -- Summary -- Chapter 7: Aggregations for Data Analysis -- Aggregations -- General query structure -- Inside the aggregations engine -- Aggregation types -- Metrics aggregations -- Minimum, maximum, average, and sum -- Field value statistics and extended statistics -- Value count -- Field cardinality -- Percentiles -- Percentile ranks -- Top hits aggregation -- Geo bounds aggregation -- Scripted metrics aggregation -- Buckets aggregations -- Filter aggregation -- Filters aggregation -- Terms aggregation -- Range aggregation -- Date range aggregation -- IPv4 range aggregation -- Missing aggregation -- Histogram aggregation -- Date histogram aggregation -- Time zones -- Geo distance aggregations -- Geohash grid aggregation -- Global aggregation -- Significant terms aggregation -- Choosing significant terms -- Multiple value analysis -- Sampler aggregation -- Children aggregation -- Nested aggregation -- Reverse nested aggregation -- Nesting aggregations and ordering buckets -- Buckets ordering -- Pipeline aggregations -- Available types -- Referencing other aggregations -- Gaps in the data -- Pipeline aggregation types -- Summary -- Chapter 8: Beyond Full-text Searching -- Percolator -- The index -- Percolator preparation -- Getting deeper -- Controlling the size of returned results -- Percolator and score calculation -- Combining percolators with other functionalities -- Getting the number of matching queries -- Indexed document percolation
  • Elasticsearch spatial capabilities
Control code
EBC4520831
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unknown
Edition
3rd ed.
Extent
1 online resource (556 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781785883620
Isbn Type
(ebk)
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Reproduction note
Electronic resource.
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
Label
Elasticsearch Server, (electronic book)
Publication
Copyright
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover -- Copyright -- Credits -- About the Authors -- About the Reviewer -- www.PacktPub.com -- Table of Contents -- Preface -- Chapter 1: Getting Started with Elasticsearch Cluster -- Full text searching -- The Lucene glossary and architecture -- Input data analysis -- Indexing and querying -- Scoring and query relevance -- The basics of Elasticsearch -- Key concepts of Elasticsearch -- Index -- Document -- Document type -- Mapping -- Key concepts of the Elasticsearch infrastructure -- Nodes and clusters -- Shards -- Replicas -- Gateway -- Indexing and searching -- Installing and configuring your cluster -- Installing Java -- Installing Elasticsearch -- Running Elasticsearch -- Shutting down Elasticsearch -- The directory layout -- Configuring Elasticsearch -- The system-specific installation and configuration -- Installing Elasticsearch on Linux -- Configuring Elasticsearch as a system service on Linux -- Elasticsearch as a system service on Windows -- Manipulating data with the REST API -- Understanding the REST API -- Storing data in Elasticsearch -- Creating a new document -- Retrieving documents -- Updating documents -- Dealing with non-existing documents -- Adding partial documents -- Deleting documents -- Versioning -- Usage example -- Versioning from external systems -- Searching with the URI request query -- Sample data -- URI search -- Elasticsearch query response -- Query analysis -- URI query string parameters -- The query -- The default search field -- Analyzer -- The default operator property -- Query explanation -- The fields returned -- Sorting the results -- The search timeout -- The results window -- Limiting per-shard results -- Ignoring unavailable indices -- The search type -- Lowercasing term expansion -- Wildcard and prefix analysis -- Lucene query syntax -- Summary -- Chapter 2: Indexing Your Data
  • Elasticsearch indexing -- Shards and replicas -- Write consistency -- Creating indices -- Altering automatic index creation -- Settings for a newly created index -- Index deletion -- Mappings configuration -- Type determining mechanism -- Disabling the type determining mechanism -- Tuning the type determining mechanism for numeric types -- Tuning the type determining mechanism for dates -- Index structure mapping -- Type and types definition -- Fields -- Core types -- Multi fields -- The IP address type -- Token count type -- Using analyzers -- Out-of-the-box analyzers -- Defining your own analyzers -- Default analyzers -- Different similarity models -- Setting per-field similarity -- Available similarity models -- Batch indexing to speed up your indexing process -- Preparing data for bulk indexing -- Indexing the data -- The _all field -- The _source field -- Additional internal fields -- Introduction to segment merging -- Segment merging -- The need for segment merging -- The merge policy -- The merge scheduler -- Throttling -- Introduction to routing -- Default indexing -- Default searching -- Routing -- The routing parameters -- Routing fields -- Summary -- Chapter 3: Searching Your Data -- Querying Elasticsearch -- The example data -- A simple query -- Paging and result size -- Returning the version value -- Limiting the score -- Choosing the fields that we want to return -- Source filtering -- Using the script fields -- Passing parameters to the script fields -- Understanding the querying process -- Query logic -- Search type -- Search execution preference -- Search shards API -- Basic queries -- The term query -- The terms query -- The match all query -- The type query -- The exists query -- The missing query -- The common terms query -- The match query -- The Boolean match query -- The phrase match query -- The match phrase prefix query
  • The multi match query -- The query string query -- Running the query string query against multiple fields -- The simple query string query -- The identifiers query -- The prefix query -- The fuzzy query -- The wildcard query -- The range query -- Regular expression query -- The more like this query -- Compound queries -- The bool query -- The dis_max query -- The boosting query -- The constant_score query -- The indices query -- Using span queries -- A span -- Span term query -- Span first query -- Span near query -- Span or query -- Span not query -- Span within query -- Span containing query -- Span multi query -- Performance considerations -- Choosing the right query -- The use cases -- Limiting results to given tags -- Searching for values in a range -- Boosting some of the matched documents -- Ignoring lower scoring partial queries -- Using Lucene query syntax in queries -- Handling user queries without errors -- Autocomplete using prefixes -- Finding terms similar to a given one -- Matching phrases -- Spans, spans everywhere -- Summary -- Chapter 4: Extending Your Querying Knowledge -- Filtering your results -- The context is the key -- Explicit filtering with bool query -- Highlighting -- Getting started with highlighting -- Field configuration -- Under the hood -- Forcing highlighter type -- Configuring HTML tags -- Controlling highlighted fragments -- Global and local settings -- Require matching -- Custom highlighting query -- The Postings highlighter -- Validating your queries -- Using the Validate API -- Sorting data -- Default sorting -- Selecting fields used for sorting -- Sorting mode -- Specifying behavior for missing fields -- Dynamic criteria -- Calculate scoring when sorting -- Query rewrite -- Prefix query as an example -- Getting back to Apache Lucene -- Query rewrite properties -- Summary
  • Chapter 5: Extending Your Index Structure -- Indexing tree-like structures -- Data structure -- Analysis -- Indexing data that is not flat -- Data -- Objects -- Arrays -- Mappings -- Final mappings -- Sending the mappings to Elasticsearch -- To be or not to be dynamic -- Disabling object indexing -- Using nested objects -- Scoring and nested queries -- Using the parent-child relationship -- Index structure and data indexing -- Child mappings -- Parent mappings -- The parent document -- Child documents -- Querying -- Querying data in the child documents -- Querying data in the parent documents -- Performance considerations -- Modifying your index structure with the update API -- The mappings -- Adding a new field to the existing index -- Modifying fields of an existing index -- Summary -- Chapter 6: Make Your Search Better -- Introduction to Apache Lucene scoring -- When a document is matched -- Default scoring formula -- Relevancy matters -- Scripting capabilities of Elasticsearch -- Objects available during script execution -- Script types -- In file scripts -- Inline scripts -- Indexed scripts -- Querying with scripts -- Scripting with parameters -- Script languages -- Using other than embedded languages -- Using native code -- The factory implementation -- Implementing the native script -- The plugin definition -- Installing the plugin -- Running the script -- Searching content in different languages -- Handling languages differently -- Handling multiple languages -- Detecting the language of the document -- Sample document -- The mappings -- Querying -- Queries with an identified language -- Queries with an unknown language -- Combining queries -- Influencing scores with query boosts -- The boost -- Adding the boost to queries -- Modifying the score -- Constant score query -- Boosting query -- The function score query
  • When does index-time boosting make sense? -- Defining boosting in the mappings -- Words with the same meaning -- Synonym filter -- Synonyms in the mappings -- Synonyms stored on the file system -- Defining synonym rules -- Using Apache Solr synonyms -- Using WordNet synonyms -- Query or index-time synonym expansion -- Understanding the explain information -- Understanding field analysis -- Explaining the query -- Summary -- Chapter 7: Aggregations for Data Analysis -- Aggregations -- General query structure -- Inside the aggregations engine -- Aggregation types -- Metrics aggregations -- Minimum, maximum, average, and sum -- Field value statistics and extended statistics -- Value count -- Field cardinality -- Percentiles -- Percentile ranks -- Top hits aggregation -- Geo bounds aggregation -- Scripted metrics aggregation -- Buckets aggregations -- Filter aggregation -- Filters aggregation -- Terms aggregation -- Range aggregation -- Date range aggregation -- IPv4 range aggregation -- Missing aggregation -- Histogram aggregation -- Date histogram aggregation -- Time zones -- Geo distance aggregations -- Geohash grid aggregation -- Global aggregation -- Significant terms aggregation -- Choosing significant terms -- Multiple value analysis -- Sampler aggregation -- Children aggregation -- Nested aggregation -- Reverse nested aggregation -- Nesting aggregations and ordering buckets -- Buckets ordering -- Pipeline aggregations -- Available types -- Referencing other aggregations -- Gaps in the data -- Pipeline aggregation types -- Summary -- Chapter 8: Beyond Full-text Searching -- Percolator -- The index -- Percolator preparation -- Getting deeper -- Controlling the size of returned results -- Percolator and score calculation -- Combining percolators with other functionalities -- Getting the number of matching queries -- Indexed document percolation
  • Elasticsearch spatial capabilities
Control code
EBC4520831
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
3rd ed.
Extent
1 online resource (556 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781785883620
Isbn Type
(ebk)
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Reproduction note
Electronic resource.
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote

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