Hi, dear readers! Welcome to my blog. On this post, I am happy to share with you another accomplishment to my career. It was just released from the publisher “Casa do código” a new book called “Elasticsearch: Consumindo dados real-time com ELK”, which is proudly written by me. The book is a much more complete overview then the one from my series about ELK on this blog (see part 1, part 2 and final) and, as the preview suggest, a dissection of the 3 major tools of the Elastic toolset, Elasticsearch, Kibana and Logstash. On this book, you will find:
- A simple and didactic explanation about each of the tools, with a practical case of using the ELK stack to monitor the logs from some Spring Boot’s microservices;
- A deep explanation about using elasticsearch’s advanced indexing features and his powerful search capabilities. This covers another practical examples as well, such as consuming a twitter public stream and indexing the stream with Elasticsearch;
- A full chapter dedicated to Elasticsearch’s administration, teaching how to purge, backup, monitor and configure another aspects like security on a cluster;
The book is currently been sold as a ebook, but there’s plans to sell the book in printed version as well, by the publisher’s web store. If you liked the content, it would be a great honour for me if you buy my book! Thank you.
The book can be acquired on the following link: