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Luke - Lucene Toolbox Project

  •    Java

Lucene is an Open Source, mature and high-performance Java search engine. It is highly flexible, and scalable from hundreds to millions of documents. Luke is a handy development and diagnostic tool, which accesses already existing Lucene indexes and allows you to display and modify their content in several ways: browse by document number, or by term view documents / copy to clipboard retrieve a ranked list of most frequent terms execute a search, and browse the results analyze search results and lot more.

Open Distro for Elasticsearch - Elasticsearch enhanced with enterprise security, alerting, SQL, and more

  •    Java

Open Distro for Elasticsearch is an Apache 2.0-licensed distribution of Elasticsearch enhanced with Enterprise Security, Alerting, SQL, Index Management, k-Nearest Neighbor Search, Performance Analyzer and more.

node-es-cli - Elastic search CLI for nodejs

  •    Javascript

Elastic search CLI for nodejs, using elucene to provide FIELDS, SORT, and LIMIT.

node-es - NodeJS module for ElasticSearch.

  •    Javascript

This is a Node.js module for the elasticsearch REST API. NOTE: node-es v0.6 and newer work with ElasticSearch 5 and up. For older versions of ElasticSearch, prior versions of node-es should be used.

fastify-elasticsearch - Fastify plugin for elastic search

  •    Javascript

Fastify plugin for elastic search for sharing the same ES client in every part of your server. Under the hood the official elasticsearch module is used.

dynamodb-to-elasticsearch - NPM module to dump DynamoDB data to ElasticSearch indices.

  •    Javascript

A NPM module that will dump all DynamoDB data to AWS ElasticSearch indices. There's no blueprint in AWS Lambda that allows to dump DynamoDB data into ElasticSearch. This module will facilitate exactly that.

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