ElasticSearch 1.3.4 / 1.4 beta 1

A distributed RESTful Java search engine with support for real-time search analytics, built specifically for cloud computing infrastructures
ElasticSearch is considered one of the best open source search engines around.

ElasticSearch is a top of the line product, currently used by companies like StumbleUpon, WordPress, Foursquare, Mozilla, GitHub, Salesforce, Klout, StackOverflow, IGN, Xing, SoundCloud and Sony.

Built on top of Apache Lucene, ElasticSearch takes embeddable search engines to a new level of efficiency and professionalism.

ElasticSearch allows developers to start with one machine and scale to hundreds, working as the simple search engine embedded with a WordPress blog, or as your own Google clone in the cloud.

Deploying the search capabilities of ElasticSearch may be a little difficult for beginners, but if the final performance is what drives you, then it's worth all the effort.

Main features:

  • Distributed system
  • High availability
  • Multi-tenant
  • Lots of programmatic APIs
  • Document oriented
  • Long term persistence
  • Real-time data searching
  • Real-time search analytics
  • Per operation consistency
  • Scalable system
  • Documentation
  • Lots of clients for other programming languages

last updated on:
October 3rd, 2014, 12:31 GMT
developed by:
ElasticSearch Development Team
license type:
Apache License
operating system(s):
Windows / Linux / Mac OS / BSD / Solaris
C: \ Search Engines


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What's New in version 1.3.2
  • Percolator should cache index field data instances
  • Query API: Add support for the _name parameter to the simple_query_string query
  • Core: Verify for null references that may be returned due to concurrent changes or inconsistent cluster state
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