ElasticSearch at Scale with Volkan Yazici
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Bol.com is the biggest e-commerce company in the Netherlands and Belgium. For 20 years, Bol has been developing its software architecture, which includes a variety of services and databases, and a mix of physical and cloud infrastructure.
For an ecommerce company, the search engine is critical for allowing customers to find the products they are looking for. But search also has many applications for internal systems. A search engine is a database with a query engine, and internal application developers want to build on top of that database.
Volkan Yazici is an engineer at Bol.com specializing in search and the author of the blog post Using ElasticSearch as the Primary Data Store. In his post, Volkan describes the process of scaling ElasticSearch to fit the use cases of both internal and external users at a large ecommerce company.
Volkan joins the show to discuss how search infrastructure at scale can require a carefully architected data pipeline in order to propagate changes to a large data set to a search index.
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