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You store a copy of all your data in Elasticsearch that you want to be able to search for. It comes with a very powerful and customizable built-in search algorithm so you don't have to write one on your own, and you interact with it via a built-in REST API. That's the 10,000 foot view!
Great explanation. Thanks!
ElasticSearch is another data storage engine, like the Postgres, MySQL, CSV, JSON documents, and anything else you know about. ElasticSearch is based on Lucene Information Retrieval System core.
When to use ElasticSearch:
Some of the advantages:
Simple and straight explanation
What's a best guide to get up to speed on Elastic queries/searches easily? Thank you!