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2 Articles for building a foundation in Elasticsearch | ELK Stack

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1. Introduction to Elasticsearch and the ELK stack
About this article:
In this article, we are discussing Elasticsearch. We would be starting with the introduction of Elasticsearch, will be having a brief discussion over so-called ELK stack. We would then move to the architecture of Elasticsearch and what the heck are nodes, clusters, shards, indexes, documents, replication and so on. So let's start.

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Link to the article: Introduction to Elasticsearch and the ELK stack



2. Upgrading the Existing Architecture to Elasticsearch | ELK Stack
About this article:
Suppose that we have an e-commerce application running on a web server. The data is stored within a database, such as the product categories and the products themselves. So when a product page is requested, the web application looks up the product within the database, renders the page, and sends it back to the visitor’s browser. This is how a common Client-Server-Database Architecture looks like.

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Link to the article: Upgrading the Existing Architecture to Elasticsearch | ELK Stack

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