Archive for the ‘Elasticsearch’ Category

SourceHunt Xmas 2016 – Give the Gift of Open Source Prestige

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We're at this year's precipice, and it couldn't have been a better one. How about we make it even better for some packages and libraries in dire need of contributors and stars? This Xmas, let's give the gift of open source prestige! frickelbruder/kic...

Build a Search Engine with Node.js and Elasticsearch

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Elasticsearch is an open source search engine, which is gaining popularity due to its high performance and distributed architecture. In this article, I will discuss its key features and walk you through the process of using it to create a Node.js searc...

Monitoring WordPress Apps with the ELK Stack

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WordPress is an amazing piece of engineering. There’s little wonder that more than a quarter of all CMS-based websites are using it. In reality, though, WordPress sites crash just like any other site. Bad plugins or themes causing the “WordPress sc...

How Can the ELK Stack Be Used to Monitor PHP Apps?

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This article was peer reviewed by Christopher Thomas, Younes Rafie, and Scott Molinari. Thanks to all of SitePoint’s peer reviewers for making SitePoint content the best it can be! When things go south with our applications -- as they sometimes do, ...

Introduction to Elasticsearch in PHP

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In this tutorial, we’re going to take a look at Elasticsearch and how we can use it in PHP. Elasticsearch is an open-source search server based on Apache Lucene. We can use it to perform super fast full-text and other complex searches. It also includ...