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Elasticsearch: The Definitive Guide

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Elasticsearch: The Definitive Guide
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Publisher: O'Reilly
ISBN/ASIN: 1449358543
ISBN-13: 9781449358549
Number of pages: 724

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Whether you need full-text search, real-time analytics of structured data, or a combination of the two, this book introduces you to the fundamental concepts required to start working with Elasticsearch at a basic level. With these foundations laid, it will move on to more-advanced search techniques, which you will need to shape the search experience to fit your requirements.

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