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Third Party Map and Tile Services with Kibana

Steve Croce

Out of the box, Kibana includes the ability to display geo-data on maps provided by Elastic’s tile service. This provides a great introduction to what Kibana can do, but the maximum zoom level is limited if you don’t have an
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Top 5 Redis Use Cases

Joe Engel

In this post, we’ll explain some of the most common Redis use cases and different characteristics that are influencing these choices. 1. Session Cache One of the most apparent use cases for Redis is using it as a session cache.
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How to Set Up a Local Instance of Kibana

Steve Croce

Today, I’m going to walk you through setting up a local instance of Kibana to connect to a remote Elasticsearch cluster. ObjectRocket for Elasticsearch instances include a free, hosted Kibana install, but there are some cases where running Kibana on
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Easy Log Analysis with Filebeat Modules

Steve Croce

Ever since Elastic{on} 17, we’ve been excited about all of the upcoming features in the Elastic Stack, especially the new Filebeat modules concept. Usually, when you want to start grabbing data with Filebeat, you need to configure Filebeat, create an
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Up and Running with Kibana 4 on ObjectRocket Elasticsearch

If you’re looking to transform your millions (or billions!) of Elasticsearch documents into eye-catching charts, graphs, and tables, Kibana is the answer. As an Elastic product, it integrates closely with Elasticsearch and provides an easy-to-use interface for making sense of
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The evolution of the DBA and the Data Architect

When a company’s customers, employees, and partners can access data easily through a user-friendly system, they have two people to thank for it: a database administrator and a data architect. Ensuring that well-built databases function reliably and securely for potentially
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Introduction to Redis Sentinel

Redis Sentinel provides a simple and automatic high availability (HA) solution for Redis. If you’re familiar with how MongoDB elections work, this isn’t too far off. To start, you have a given master replicating to N number of slaves. From
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Analyzing Redis performance results

In the previous installment I discussed topics and approaches to preventing your Redis instance from becoming slow. Now it’s time to examine ways of measuring performance. What To Measure For this installment, we’re looking at command latency and its components.
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