Dejavu vs Elassandra: What are the differences?
Dejavu: A modern, open-source data browser for Elasticsearch. dejaVu fits the unmet need of being a hackable data browser for Elasticsearch. Existing browsers were either built with a legacy UI and had a lacking user experience or used server side rendering (I am looking at you, Kibana); Elassandra: Elasticsearch implemented on top of Cassandra. Elassandra is a fork of Elasticsearch modified to run on top of Apache Cassandra in a scalable and resilient peer-to-peer architecture. Elasticsearch code is embedded in Cassanda nodes providing advanced search features on Cassandra tables and Cassandra serve as an Elasticsearch data and configuration store.
Dejavu and Elassandra belong to "Search Tools" category of the tech stack.
Dejavu and Elassandra are both open source tools. It seems that Dejavu with 5.95K GitHub stars and 366 forks on GitHub has more adoption than Elassandra with 1.24K GitHub stars and 140 GitHub forks.
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Disclaimer: I am one of the contributors to the codebase.
We use dejavu in production at appbase.io, and it was originally designed to scratch our own itch of a lack of a databrowser that's widely available (Elasticsearch plugin, Chrome App, Hosted on github pages) and has a modern UI.