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ElasticSearch has significantly improved the way we operate scalable persistent services with its easy approach to scalability using symmetric nodes. One of the challenges we’ve found is operating ElasticSearch across geographically distant clusters for fault-tolerance and recovery.
In this quick start, we’ll show you how to implement ElasticSearch plugins to use as a medium for cross-cluster document replication and indexing. This tutorial is a proof-of-concept for global, multi data center replication of ElasticSearch indexing. Feel free to check out the full ElasticSearch real-time geo-replication GitHub repository here.
Note: this is not production ready! It is supposed to provoke inspiration and conversation while we work, test and get the bugs out. Thanks so much for checking it out!
The full PubNub Changes Plugin for ElasticSearch GitHub repository can be seen here. This allows ElasticSearch index changes to be propagated via PubNub.
The full PubNub River Plugin for ElasticSearch GitHub repository can be seen here. This enables PubNub content to be indexed by ElasticSearch.
scripts directory contains two scripts you can use to publish or listen to PubNub.
coffee pubnub_debug_listen.coffee CHANNEL_NAME, where CHANNEL_NAME is your PubNub channel name (as above, ‘elasticsearch_changes’)
coffee pubnub_debug_publish.coffee CHANNEL_NAME, where CHANNEL_NAME is your PubNub channel name (as above, ‘elasticsearch_changes’)
We hope you enjoyed this proof-of-concept example of ElasticSearch real-time geo-replication with PubNub. I also gave a talk on this topic at the Boston ElasticSearch Meetup a couple weeks ago, and you can see the full talk on Implementing Real-time Geo-Replication with ElasticSearch here. If you run into any issues or have any suggestions for making this more awesome, please drop us a line!
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