anyone using Elasticsearch

From: Christopher Rimondi 
Anyone in Chatt using Elasticsearch? I saw there was a user group in

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=============================================================== From: Ralph Edge ------------------------------------------------------ Played around with it some at a job a had last year. One of my co-workers wrote a redis plugin for it for increasing performance on writes. Was very interesting...and fast. -Ralph

=============================================================== From: Justin McAteer ------------------------------------------------------ I am using it to manage storage and search for an internal 'knowledge' base= . Overall=2C I would say that is a great product=2C it is very easy to get = started with=2C very fast for reads=2C and relatively easy to scale. Are you looking at starting a local Users Group=2C or are you contemplating= a project with ElasticSearch? Thanks=2C=0A= Justin McAteer=0A= Tel: (256) 694-9195 =

=============================================================== From: Christopher Rimondi ------------------------------------------------------ Yah version 1.0 just came out. Wondering if anyone was using it in production. A popular way of using it with Logstash is to buffer through redis or something like RabbitMQ.

=============================================================== From: Nick Smith ------------------------------------------------------ I use it with graylog2, but its part of a script i found that sets everything up for you so i really dont have to touch it. Been working great so far.

=============================================================== From: Christopher Rimondi ------------------------------------------------------ If there were a bunch of people using it in the Chatt area it would be great to get together and swap experiences. I doubt there are but just wanted to check to see if anyone is using it. Agree, it is very easy to get started with and has a lot of depth from a configuration standpoint. On Mon, Feb 17, 2014 at 12:03 PM, Justin McAteer