Month: January 2015

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JAVA Environment Variables

Once JAVA is installed, our second step is to set environment variables PATH, CLASSPATH and JAVA_HOME for compiling and running of Java applications. PATH (For Windows Users)  When we launch any java program from command prompt, operating system use PATH environment variable to locate executable programs. PATH maintains a list of directories for searching executable programs such as “.exe”, “.bat” or “.com”. […]

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Elasticsearch Basics

At the core of elasticsearch’s intelligent search engine is Lucene. It’s highly scalable, real-time search, distributed and analytics and is natively JSON + REST API. In this tutorial we’ll look at some components and features of Elasticsearch.   Cluster A cluster is a collection of one or more nodes that together holds your entire data and provides federated indexing and search capabilities across all nodes. […]

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Elasticsearch Getting Started

Highly scalable, real-time search, distributed and analytics open source search engine build on top of Lucene and is natively JSON + REST API. In this tutorial we’ll look at some of the key concepts when getting started with Elasticsearch [ES]. Key Points Open Source Based on Lucene RESTful API Highly configurable Runs on the JVM Data exploration Distributed: Cluster, fail over, replication, […]

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WP Couch Mode

Web based services like Readability, and others give a different and ease of reading webpage in a cluster-free environment, which might include advertisements, widgets, and others. One of the best example is Apple Safari browser, there lets readers focus on the text without being distracted by ads and other items. Let’s Share

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