Open Source, Distributed, RESTful Search Engine
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How Elasticsearch is being used
  • imgur

    imgur


    Elasticsearch is the engine that powers search on the site. From a high level perspective, itโ€™s a Lucene wrapper that exposes Luceneโ€™s features via a RESTful API. It handles the distribution of data and simplifies scaling, among other things.

    Given that we are on AWS, we use an AWS cloud plugin for Elasticsearch that makes it easy to work in the cloud. It allows us to add nodes without much hassle. It will take care of figuring out if a new node has joined the cluster, and, if so, Elasticsearch will proceed to move data to that new node. It works the same way when a node goes down. It will remove that node based on the AWS cluster configuration.

  • Drillist.com

    #<User:0x00007f146c2beee0> Drillist.com


    Used ES through QBox.io as the search engine for the site.

  • Cloudify 3.0

    #<User:0x00007f146c2deec0> Cloudify 3.0


    Cloudify uses Elasticsearch both to store runtime information (itโ€™s actually a little known fact that Elasticsearch can serve as a NoSQL database), as well as, in its more classic capacity to index system logs and events, making them available over API calls.

  • Zinc

    #<User:0x00007f146c307078> Zinc


    We use Elasticsearch to power our Relevance algorithms.

  • #<User:0x00007f146c324d58> DigitalGov Search


    Read about it here.

  • Instacart

    #<User:0x00007f146c353608> Instacart


    The very first version of the search was just a Postgres database query. It wasnโ€™t terribly efficient, and then at some point, we moved over to ElasticSearch, and then since then, Andrew just did a lot of work with it, so ElasticSearch is amazing, but out of the box, it doesnโ€™t come configured with all the nice things that are there, but you spend a lot of time figuring out how to put it all together to add stemming, auto suggestions, all kinds of different things, like even spelling adjustments and tomato/tomatoes, that would return different results, so Andrew did a ton of work to make it really, really nice and build a very simple Ruby gem called SearchKick.

  • Axe Hut, Inc.

    #<User:0x00007f146c373cf0> Axe Hut, Inc.


    Used this for story search.

  • Kalibrr

    #<User:0x00007f146c393000> Kalibrr


    We use ElasticSearch to index and query items that need to be searched full-text (such as jobs and candidates). We mirror changes to our main datastore (PostgreSQL) onto ElasticSearch using SQLAlchemy's events, denormalizing as needed.

  • Endource

    #<User:0x00007f146c3b61e0> Endource


    Site search, faceted filtering and product matching algorithms

  • opening.io

    #<User:0x00007f146c3df838> opening.io


    Internal Jezebel functionality, not directly exposed to the client. Part of the internal search scoring, main communication happens via binary port 9300.

  • MOCI

    #<User:0x00007f146c409cf0> MOCI


    ๋‚ด๋ถ€ ๊ฒ€์ƒ‰ ์—”์ง„์„ Solr ๊ธฐ๋ฐ˜์˜ AWS CloudSearch ์—์„œ Elasticsearch ๋กœ ์˜ฎ๊ธฐ๊ณ  ์žˆ๋Š” ์ค‘์ž…๋‹ˆ๋‹ค. ๊ด€๋ฆฌ์˜ ํŽธ์˜์„ฑ ๋“ฑ์—์„œ ์ข‹์€ ์ ์ˆ˜๋ฅผ ์ค„ ์ˆ˜ ์žˆ์Šต๋‹ˆ๋‹ค.

  • #<User:0x00007f146c4224f8> STILLWATER SUPERCOMPUTING INC


    Log comprehension


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