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Technical Deep Dives & Tutorials

mark stanger
Search algorithm optimisation is a complementary tool for search engine scoring, both of which play a key part in the process of enhancing your search engine's performance. See how we optimised the search algorithm to improve the search relevance for Elsevier's DataSearch application.
Carlos Maroto
Data lakes bring together data from disparate sources, making it easily searchable in order to support your organization's information discovery, analytics, and reporting. But how do you put in place appropriate security measures to ensure your data is well-managed and protected? In this blog, our expert will discuss four key areas you should consider when implementing data lake security.
Paul Nelson
Quality analysis is critical in maintaining a data mining application's high performance. In this last part of our "Cruising the Data Ocean" blog series, Chief Architect, Paul Nelson, will discuss various quality analysis techniques and what you should consider when performing quality checks.
Paul Nelson
In part 5 of our "Cruising the Data Ocean" blog series, Chief Architect, Paul Nelson, provides an overview of some powerful search, analytics, and business intelligence (BI) applications you can build using the Internet data you have acquired and processed.
Paul Nelson
In part 4 of our "Cruising the Data Ocean" blog series, Chief Architect, Paul Nelson, provides a deep-dive into Natural Language Processing (NLP) tools and techniques that can be used to extract insights from unstructured or semi-structured content written in natural languages. Paul will introduce six essential steps (with specific examples) for a successful NLP project.
Paul Nelson
Data preparation is a critical step in your data mining project. In this third blog of our "Cruising the Data Ocean" series, Chief Architect, Paul Nelson, provides an overview of the data cleansing and formatting techniques you can use to get the highest-quality data for further processing and analysis.
Paul Nelson
In this second blog of our "Cruising the Data Ocean" series, Chief Architect, Paul Nelson, discusses popular techniques for acquiring Internet content to be used in data mining projects. He also provides general guidelines to help you decide whether one or a combination of techniques would be the best approach for your specific requirements.
Paul Nelson
Mining and making use of data from the Internet can bring powerful insights that help businesses achieve more success. In this "Cruising the Data Ocean" blog series, our Chief Architect, Paul Nelson, will provide a deep-dive into the various use cases as well as essential tools and techniques for extracting and processing Internet data to support business analytics.
Paul Nelson
At the 2017 Elastic{ON} presentation, our Chief Architect, Paul Nelson, demonstrated our new open source Kibana plug-in. This plug-in enables log browsing across multiple machines in a single view as well as enhances performance and security. Watch his presentation to learn more and see it in action.
alex olaru
In this post, our architect provides an overview of how you can improve a search engine's performance with enhanced shard placement. The discussions use Elasticsearch and Solr as examples to which this technique can be applied. A complimentary tutorial is also included for a deep-dive into how it can be done.