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Elassandra with NodeJS Demo — Part Two

In part one, we set up Elassandra using Docker and looked at our data via Kibana and the command line.

Elassandra with NodeJS Demo — Part One

I’ve used both Elasticsearch and Cassandra separately before, but have never had a chance to use Elassandra before, and wanted

Elassandra up to thousands Elasticsearch indices

In the post “Kubernetes logs analysis with Elassandra, Fluent-Bit and Kibana”, Vincent Royer explained how to manage Kubernetes logs using

Elasticsearch Geo-point queries with Elassandra and Scala

Location data can be saved in Elasticsearch as latitude-longitude pair with geo_point data type. geo_point can be used to determine

How to deploy your Microservices under Kubernetes with Gravitee and Elassandra

The Gravitee Repository for Elassandra can be used to store Gravitee configuration, Rate Limits, Logs and Metrics, along with your

Apache Tomcat logs analysis with ELK and Elassandra

In this post, we will setup Filebeat, Logstash, Elassandra and Kibana to continuously store and analyse Apache Tomcat access logs.

Why you need Elassandra to leverage your huge data stack

Every business organisation, right from a startup to a multinational company, strives to gain actionable insights from their data. The

Elassandra – large scale multi-datacenter elasticsearch

Elassandra is a GitHub project that integrates Cassandra and Elasticsearch. Elassandra takes the advantages of both and combines them to