Apache Solr Solr is the popular, blazing-fast, open source enterprise search platform. It is one of the easiest ways of developing sophisticated, high-performance search applications. Based on another Apache product Lucene, Solr provides developers with capabilities such as advanced full-text search capabilities, scalability, easy monitoring and much more. This blog intends to get you started with Solr and helps you interact with a Solr server.
In our earlier blogs we have already gone through The basic Introduction to Cassandra and also tried to explore the Cassandra Reads and Writes. Today we will be discussing something apart from the in-depth theoretical knowledge of Cassandra. In one of our projects , we came through a basic requirement in which we needed to required a local Cassandra cluster for some kind of testing. Continue Reading
Devops engineers for long needed an open source tool to make it easy to deploy the code developed through all the ups and downs to reach this far and is considerably more capable of evolving (pun intended). As we all know in this world of agile we need to shift our requirements after a short duration of time. Be it addition of a feature or tweaking Continue Reading
Amazon Web Services (AWS) is a cloud services platform, providing compute power, database storage, content delivery, security options and other functionality to allow businesses to build sophisticated applications with increased flexibility, scalability and reliability. Amazon Elasticsearch is one of the services provided by AWS. Amazon ES Amazon Elasticsearch Service, also called Amazon ES, is a managed service that makes it easy to create a domain, Continue Reading
How to deploy a Lagom Service without ConductR? This question has been asked and answered by many, on different forums. For example, take a look at this question on StackOverflow – Lagom without ConductR? Here the user is trying to know whether it is possible to use Lagom in production without ConductR or not. To which the best answer that came up was – “Yes, it is Continue Reading
Recently got the task to install DC/OS on our local cluster. Previously I used AWS to install DC/OS, but this time I had to do everything on our own, from installing CentOS to creating the DC/OS cluster. With this blog, I am going to share my experience that I faced in installing DC/OS. It took almost three days, but at the end I successfully installed Continue Reading
Managing the password, access tokens and private keys are being tedious in the application. Any small mistakes accidentally expose all the secret information. Even storing such thing in docker images can be easily accessible one should just run the image in the interactive mode container and all your application code is available in containers. Docker provides secrets to protect all secret data. This blog explains Continue Reading