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Let's discuss the new and shiny Elastic Cloud Enterprise UI design!
For the past few days, we've been working on a data visualization that displays Elasticsearch node distribution across different cloud instances and zones.
Writing a great Pull Request takes time. It can be a scary proposition going in. Did I implement something relevant? Will they like my changes? Let's see.
This article describes my adventures while getting initiated into the Elastic Stack. We'll learn how we can use the Stack to log, stream, and visualize data.
The steps I took to set up Elasticsearch as the search provider for Pony Foo, plus how you can set it up to make useful searches through Node.js API client.