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Find information with Elasticsearch
What Google or Bing is for the Internet, Elasticsearch is for your corporate network. Elasticsearch is an open source search engine that can search a company’s entire IT system. It based on Lucene but easier to use, providing quick and easy access to documents and data in corporate networks. As a flexible platform-independent solution, Elasticsearch can operate in any environment – both in-house and externally.
mimacom’s Elasticsearch specialists offer you consulting, design, training and integration services.
Features of Elasticsearch
Elasticsearch is more than just a search tool. With its capacity for extensive real-time data analysis, Elasticsearch has established itself as a fast-growing open source solution in the big data field.
Fast and responsive: autocompletion of the search term as you type.
Full text search: The complete new document is searchable within 1 second.
Easy integration: Outstanding Java support. Thanks to HTTP, it can be integrated with software in hundreds of languages (Perl, PHP, .NET…).
Security: The search engine and search index can be operated in isolation within your IT network, avoiding security leaks.
Facets: Enables automatic aggregation of search results, for example by product characteristics (price, weight, size, etc.).
Visualization: The Elasticsearch add-on Kibana is the preeminent visualization solution for data analysis and dashboards.
Clustering: Easily create search clusters to give the search engine a high degree of reliability and scalability. Marvel keeps your cluster under control.
Schema free: Unlike with SQL and other structured query languages, no fixed data layout is required, making it simple to make any refinements you need to the search in operation.
Open Source: Elasticsearch is licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0. Being open source means that it can be used in most projects, and that it is future-proof.
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