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Elasticsearch
[Beginner]

This Elasticsearch Beginner Training is the perfect choice if you are looking for comprehensive training to start your journey into the Elasticsearch world.
You will gain a significant and clear understanding of Information Retrieval systems and high-level internal functioning of Elasticsearch, all in a just 12 hours course!
Numerous hands-on exercises are present all over the course!

Would you like to schedule a training for your Team?

Our trainings are meant for different targets ( business, developer and everything in between), and are individual/small groups/classroom-based.
We offer different levels of flexibility to make sure the training course will be a perfect fit for your requirements 

ON SITE OR REMOTE

LIVE OR RECORDED

FROM BEGINNER TO EXPERT

Skills You Will Gain

• Understanding of Information Retrieval systems
• Clear understanding of the Indexing/Searching phase
• Functional understanding of major features of Elasticsearch
• High level internal functioning of Elasticsearch
• Better debugging/troubleshooting ability
• How Elasticsearch works in a distributed cluster

Prerequisites

Basic understanding of Information Technology
Attendees need Java installed on their computer

Intended Audience

Anyone interested in Search, no prior Elasticsearch experience required

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Our Trainers

Alessandro Benedetti

APACHE LUCENE/SOLR COMMITTER

Alessandro has been involved in designing, developing, and consulting about search-relevant solutions from the early stages of Elasticsearch in 2010. Over the years he has worked on various projects involving Elasticsearch, aiming to build search solutions able to satisfy the user information needs, often integrating such solutions with machine learning and artificial intelligence technologies.

Andrea Gazzarrini

RRE CREATOR

Andrea Gazzarini is a curious software engineer, mainly focused on the Java language and Search technologies. With more than 15 years of experience in various software engineering areas, his adventure in the search world began in 2010, when he met Apache Solr and later Elasticsearch.      

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Full Programme

INDEXING

  • Introduction to Information Retrieval

  • Apache Lucene

  • Elasticsearch

  • The Inverted Index

  • Mapping

    • Meta Fields

    • Field datatypes

    • Mapping parameters

    • Dynamic mapping

    • Explicit mapping

    • Multi-fields (copy fields)

    • CRUD REST APIs

    • Java client 

  • Text Analysis

    • Character filters

    • Tokenizer

    • Token filters

    • Index/Query time

    • Token streams VS Token graphs

    • Pre Built Analysers

    • Normalisers

    • Configure your analyser

    • Analyse API (test your analyser!)

    • REST APIs

    • Java client 

  • Indexing

    • Ingest nodes

    • REST APIs

    • Java client 

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Searching

  • Searching

    • Query DSL

    • Leaf query clauses

    • Compound query clauses

    • Query context vs Filter context

    • Full text queries

    • Term level queries (prefix, wildcard,fuzzy…)

    • Geo queries

    • Specialised queries

    • Lucene Score

    • REST APIs

    • Java client

  • Aggregations

    • Bucketing

    • Metrics

    • Pipeline

    • Grouping / field collapsing

    • REST APIs

    • Java client

  • Rollup historically and data transforming

    Miscellaneuous

    • Highlighting

    • Suggesters

      • Term/Phrase suggester (Spellchecking)

      • Completion Suggester

      • REST APIs

      • Java client

    • Distributed search

    • SQL Access

      • SQL REST API

      • SQL supported language

      • Functions and operators

      • SQL ODBC/JDBC

      • Known limitations

    • Alerting

    • Document level security

    • Plugins

      • Plugin installation and management

      • Available plugins

      • let’s create our own plugin!

    • ELK (Elasticsearch Logstash Kibana)

    • Elasticsearch Managed Services: a developer perspective

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