Wrapping up our tutorial on getting started with Elastic, part four covers empty properties, dynamically-constructed queries, custom analyzers and NEST Bulk API document migration.
In part three of our look in to the basics of Elastic using .Net NEST library I cover queries, nested types, and retrieving only part of a document.
In part two of this series, I’ll cover the creation of your first elastic index, CRUD operation and simple search with paging and sorting. But before that I’ll give you some more background information about Elastic.
In this four-part series, I will show you how to use Elastic from .NET. I will use the officially-supported Elastic client library for .NET: NEST. The first part will cover the reasons for choosing NoSQL, an explanation of Elastic, and installing and communicating with Elastic.
How long is one second for you? Two seconds? Three? Ten? These questions came to mind, eventually prompting a switch to Sass as our CSS preprocessor.
We know that writing clean and modular code allows for a better reusability; we want our Continuous Integration tasks to be reusable in other projects as well. Having a background of Jenkins, CruiseControl and GO CD usage, we decided to stick with the JetBrains TeamCity server, that in my opinion is one of the best CI servers. It comes with a bundle of useful features out of the box.
In this three-part article, I share tips and tricks that enable companies to successfully adopt Agile for fixed bid projects. While limiting, fixed bid projects are often gatekeepers to long-lasting relationships with exciting clients, as well as opportunities in disguise for larger process shifts in organizations.
There are many ways to organize communication between applications, services and devices. In most cases it I a custom ad-hoc solution designed for specific needs of connected parts and is often implemented anew. Currently our primary application deployment platform is Azure cloud and we’ve become interested in one of the recently introduced services, Azure Service Bus, for exactly the reason of standardizing communications.
Security has become a hot topic as of late. It’s not just concerns over getting mugged for your Apple iWatch or iPhone, either. Anxieties over the security of information that is stored in the cloud have surfaced, along with reports of security breaches on a high profile.