October 16, 2015 Leave a comment
In this presentation from Lucene/Solr Revolution 2015, Sematext engineers — and Solr and centralized logging experts — Radu Gheorghe and Rafal Kuć talk about searching and analyzing time-based data at scale.
Documents ranging from blog posts and social media to application logs and metrics generated by smartwatches and other “smart” things share a similar pattern: timestamps among their fields, rarely changeable, and deletion when they become obsolete. Because this kind of data is so large it often causes scaling and performance challenges.
In this talk, Radu and Rafal focus on these challenges, including: properly designing collections architecture, indexing data fast and without documents waiting in queues for processing, being able to run queries that include time-based sorting and faceting on enormous amounts of indexed data (without killing Solr!), and many more.
Here is the video:
…and here are the slides:
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