Elasticsearch: 5 Things I Wish I Understood Before Starting.

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1- Elasticsearch is a full-text search engine

We talk about full-text search when we’re looking for the exact match of the given word in a content or a collection of worlds.

2- Think of a relational database first

3- You need to replicate your data on Elasticsearch

4- You need a tool to sync your primary data with Elasticsearch

Which software/engine/package can I use to sync easily my data from my primary database to my Elasticsearh index?

5- From relational data to documents-oriented database

Final thoughts

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Akintola L. F. ADJIBAO

Akintola L. F. ADJIBAO

Certified AWS Solution Architect, Fullstack Software Engineer & DevOps. I like Solving Challenging Software Engineering Problems & Building Amazing Solutions.

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