Learn how to perform aggregations in Elasticsearch.
- [Instructor] Aggregations using Elasticsearch.…In this video, we are going to take a look…at the different types of aggregation,…then we will have a hands-on demo…on how to use aggregations in Elasticsearch.…The first type of aggregation is metric aggregation.…Then we have bucket aggregation, matrix aggregation,…and pipeline aggregation.…Metrics aggregation deals with aggregation…that keep track and compute metrics…over a set of documents.…Count, average, minimum and maximum value,…are a few examples of metric aggregation.…
In bucket aggregation, we can create multiple bucket…under which the document falls in.…An example could be the list of employees…falling under the age group 30 to 40.…This can be a bucket group.…The next bucket group can be the list of employees…falling under the age group 40 to 50.…Next comes matrix aggregation.…Matrix aggregation can be operated on multiple fields…and we can produce a matrix like result.…Please note that scripting can't be used…in matrix aggregation, whereas it is possible…
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- Elasticsearch concepts
- Working with Logstach and Kibana
- Elasticsearch Query DSL
- Aggregation and analyzers
- Scripting in Elasticsearch
- Using plugins and APIs
- Building an interface with dashboards
- Filtering and processing input
- Loading data to Elasticsearch
Skill Level Intermediate
1. The Elastic Stack
2. Elasticsearch: Full-Text Search and Analytics Engine
3. Collect, Parse, and Transform with Logstash
4. Finding Insights with Kibana
5. Building a Data Pipeline with Elastic Stack
6. Elastic Stack Success Stories
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