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Alberto Paro

Alberto Paro is an engineer, a project manager, and a software developer. He currently works as a CTO at The Net Planet Europe and as a Freelance Consultant of software engineering on Big Data and NoSQL solutions. He loves studying emerging solutions and applications mainly related to Big Data processing, NoSQL, Natural Language Processing, and neural networks. He started programming in Basic on a Sinclair Spectrum when he was eight years old and in his life he has gained a lot of experience using different operative systems, applications, and programming.

In 2000, he completed Computer Science engineering from Politecnico di Milano with a thesis on designing multi-users and multidevices web applications. He worked as a professor helper at the university for about one year. Then, after coming in contact with The Net Planet company and loving their innovation ideas, he started working on knowledge management solutions and advanced data-mining products.

In his spare time, when he is not playing with his children, he likes working on open source projects. When he was in high school, he started contributing to projects related to the Gnome environment (GTKMM). One of his preferred programming languages was Python and he wrote one of the first NoSQL backend for Django for MongoDB (django-mongodb-engine). In 2010, he started using ElasticSearch to provide search capabilities for some Django e-commerce sites and developed PyES (a pythonic client for ElasticSearch) and the initial part of ElasticSearch MongoDB River.


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Good reference for daily work 14. März 2014
Von Jiri Jetmar - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
In contrast to the books "ElasticSearch Server" and "Mastering ElasticSearch"
the "ElasticSearch Cookbook" is definitely a hands-on, how-to-do book.

The most important topics covered :

- Explanation of the concept (it is simply different from the traditional RDBMS)
- Installation
- Indexing, Mapping, Query, Filtering of documents
- Spatial Queries (can be a bit more detailed, but ok so far)
- Optimizing of the Index (ES can "eat" TBs of unstructured data, here some ideas how the index can be structured)
- Scripting
- Infrastructural/Scalability aspects (ES scales pretty good - out of the box)
- Monitoring, controlling (What/how to do when you want to put ES to production)

So in general a useful book for those who want to know how to do a concrete task - for developers as well
for sysops.

Regards,
Jiri Jetmar
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Nice to have 15. März 2014
Von astropanic - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
It's not a must read but a nice addition to the two others books from the series, who owns them, will not need the chapters with explanation of the basic terms, and the installation guide either.

This book contains some useful information about writing custom plugins, scripting, monitoring, some code integration is also covered, examples are for Java and Python.

Sadly, aggregations are not mentioned (facets are), but still the book is worth a read.
Great reference for beginners and more seasoned professionals 13. März 2014
Von Jan Borgelin - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
While cookbooks are not a suitable format for every technology out there, it certainly works for ElasticSearch, as it has so many features to write about.

The book covers everything from setting up and configuring a single server or a cluster, working with the REST API (along with good recommendations on plugins to make your life more comfortable) as well as short examples in Python and Java to get you comfortable transforming your knowledge in REST interface to programming languages.

Recipes represent common tasks you will encounter while working with ES, thus it serves as a good reference book after you've finished reading it.

This book covers ES v.0.90.x, but the changes and improvements in 1.x.x versions are subtle and easily adaptable once you master the basics.

I highly recommend this book to anyone who needs to quickly master ElasticSearch and is having problems in finding his way through the official documentation.
Good Recipes - Good for your daily work 5. März 2014
Von jensblond - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
After reading "ElasticSearch Server" and "Mastering ElasticSearch", "ElasticSearch Cookbook" is a good resource for finding solutions and answers to simple things but also complex tasks.
It is very useful for your daily ElasticSearch business. You get the extracted informations to your questions. Each "recipe" is split into the following parts:
- Getting Ready
- How to do it…
- How it works…
(Optional)
- There's more…
- See also

As an eBook it is very handy with the search function of your eBook Reader.

I would fully recommend the book. …but if you need deeper information, you have to get the other mentioned books.
Great pace to ramp up quickly from zero to intermediate 2. März 2014
Von Craig Pottinger - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verifizierter Kauf
I needed to ramp up on elastisearch quickly. Having never used it or anything like it, It was the perfect pace. The only reason I would not go 5 is because it does not cover aggregations, which going forward should act as an active replacement for facets. It's a great place to start, but in practice you'll find yourself consulting alongside the book the elasticsearch documentation, which is good in its own right. That said, I'm happy that I purchased the book.
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