Learn the basics of AWS managed caching. Discover how CloudSearch works and how it can help you when designing AWS caching solutions.
- [Instructor] So the next services…we're going to look at are used to house…and query unstructured text, oftentimes log files.…And there's two flavors of this in Amazon:…Elasticsearch and CloudSearch.…Elasticsearch is used more frequently…because it is a cluster of managed servers…and it's based on Apache Lucene in open source.…However, you have to manage the scaling.…CloudSearch is a managed service,…and it's an Amazon implementation…of the open source Apache Solr and it autoscales.…
So, we're going to take a look at CloudSearch next.…So in the console, I'm in CloudSearch.…And I had tested this out,…so yours will probably look at little bit differently.…You won't have the existing domain here.…This is one that I tested, and it's being deleted.…Yours will probably be blank.…So I'm going to click the blue Create a New Domain.…And I'm going to call it test-new-lynn-langit.…And I'm going to accept the default instance type…and replication count.…
I'm going to click Continue.…And I'm going to configure my index fields…
- AWS analytics design concepts
- Files vs. databases
- Which analytics type to use
- Using code tools for analytics
- AWS IoT device message analytics
- Working with data using Spark commands
- Using AWS QuickSight for visualizations
- Top analytics architectural patterns and their associated AWS services
Skill Level Intermediate
Amazon Web Services for Data Sciencewith Lynn Langit3h 56m Intermediate
1. Analytics on AWS
2. Analytic Services
3. AWS Code Tools for Analytics
4. Advanced Analytics
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