AWS longtime user here. Want to deploy ES into cluster. Steps to do it (both API and AMI) works well.
We have our internal search app, and we need some wise-code (we do not want to see **any** php code) to systematize (index) it. ES seems perfect. Will give it testride and see how it copes with **>1PB** of data....
Any suggestions regarding weakpoints, what to pay special attention to, etc?
Sure no problem.... Having EC2 instance running Ubuntu. Having second instance (DB instance) which runs MySQL. In MySQL I have database where is one table called `P_PHRASES`. Within this table there are 2 colums (`PID` and `phrase`) where we store our phrases (one per record)....
We also have public facing webform (in PHP) which serves as little search engine. It works well, but (with over 2bn of records) its dann slow....
Now, we want to speed up DB response time. Ive heard many stories suggesting use of ES. So why not give it a try?
1. Cluster on AWS:: you say its free for 14 day.... from day 1 it renders payments (when I cancelled ES subscription in AWSMarketPlace, charges stopped). So no, its not free.
2. (For me) logic behind how ES is structured is far from being logical:: why `/bin` contain non-binaries? or why `show-clusters` is not showing full info about cluster, it shows errors of unknown provienence.
3. LogStash is randomly unable to visualize logs. No errors, no red stripes, just no graph at all.
I'd have to add my two cents and strongly disagree with this guy. I work for a Berkshire Hathaway company and had database speed issues for a variety of reasons. I suggested using Elasticsearch for this as well as other benefits, and it's been absolutely fantastic. There are a few small things I think it could improve upon but overall it is like nothing else out there.
Whats also for sure is that on **your own** page (linked above) you say: Start Free Trial. **Same** is written on your [landing page](http://elastic.co).
Two places, one - misleading - information. I will repeat:: **contact me via PM and we will talk**.
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