Articles de Nik Everett

Software Engineer, Elastic

Nik Everett is an Elasticsearch Engineer based in North Carolina. Before joining Elastic, Nik worked for the Wikimedia Foundation building on site search for Wikipedia with Elasticsearch.


New in Elasticsearch 7.13: Even faster aggregations

In 7.13 we made some exciting performance improvements for several critical aggregations. We hope they'll make your interactions with Elasticsearch, Kibana, and all of Elastic's solutions faster.


How we're making date_histogram aggregations faster than ever in Elasticsearch 7.11

Here's how we're making the date_histogram aggregation a ton faster in Elasticsearch 7.11 and how we're going to make it even faster-er in the future.


Elasticsearch: Java 9 and Beyond!

Version 6.2 of the Elastic stack will officially support running on Java 9 or Java 8. Your choice. Supporting Java 9 has been a pretty wild ride!


Bootstrap checks: Annoying you now instead of devastating you later!

Check out the ten new bootstrap checks that are coming along with Elasticsearch 5.0 and how they will help prevent major heartache for you.


Where are my documents?
Refreshing news...

How to live and work with the asynchronous process Elasticsearch uses to make documents visible for search called "refresh".


Reindex is coming!

Reindex and update-by-query are coming to Elasticsearch!


Loading Wikipedia's Search Index For Testing


Elasticsearch Queries, or Term Queries are Really Fast!

Comparing the performance of different kinds of queries in Elasticsearch.