Q1. What is Elastic?
A1. Elastic is an open source search platform built on Lucene. It provides a distributed, multitenant-capable full-text search engine with an HTTP web interface and schema-free JSON documents.
Q2. What is the purpose of Elastic?
A2. The purpose of Elastic is to quickly and securely store, search, and analyze data in real time across multiple types of data stored in one centralized location.
Q3. What is Elasticsearch?
A3. Elasticsearch is a powerful open source search engine built on Apache Lucene and based on the RESTful web interface. It is used to index and search data in near real-time.
Q4. What type of applications can be built with Elasticsearch?
A4. Elasticsearch can be used to build applications that need fast, accurate, and powerful search capabilities. It can also be used to support mission-critical analytics and applications.
Q5. What type of databases does Elasticsearch support?
A5. Elasticsearch supports a variety of databases including SQL, NoSQL, graph, and documents, among others.
Q6. Does Elasticsearch support data streaming?
A6.Yes, Elasticsearch supports data streaming with its logstash product. Logstash is a server-side data processing pipeline that allows you to easily ingest data from multiple sources, transform it, and then send it to a data store.
Q7. Is Elasticsearch free to use?
A7.Yes, Elasticsearch can be freely used at any scale with no-cost subscriptions and open-source licenses.
Q8. How is Elasticsearch different from other search engines?
A8. Elasticsearch is built on top of Apache Lucene and is designed for quick, distributed search and analysis of large data sets. Elasticsearch is highly scalable, highly available, and provides powerful search capabilities.
Q9. What other products are available with Elastic?
A9. Other products include Kibana which is an analytics and visualization platform, Beats which is a collection of data shippers for forwarding data to Elasticsearch, and X-Pack, a security, monitoring, alerting, and management solution.
Q10. Is there an API for Elasticsearch?
A10.Yes, Elasticsearch has both a REST API and a Java API available for