Introduction to the geospatial goodies in Elasticsearch


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Introduction to the geospatial goodies in Elasticsearch
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In this session we'll introduce how you can work with spatial data in Elasticsearch - The Open Source, distributed, RESTful Search Engine. We'll provide a general introduction on how to index spatial data into Elasticsearch, then cover off on using spatial query and filters, before finishing up showing you how you can visualise and interact with spatial data stored in Elasticsearch using Kibana.
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elastic search is built to be always available and to scale with units so Ravil scalability comes from horizontal scaling and the ability to add more nodes to the cluster and to spread the load and the liability between the elastic is distributed by nature it knows how many uh sorry it knows how to manage multiple most provide skill in high visibility and orders running it uh is a running instance of Elastic Search while cluster consists of 1 or more nodes with the same cluster and so if you spend and you know would uh and defined the the simplest in uh as all the nodes Aurora you the master node will essentially reach out and grab that order enjoyment to the cluster as knowledge about a 2 or removed from the close to the cluster reorganize itself to spread the data in the and the good thing is that you really don't need to care too much about this stuff unless you sort of in the devil states side of things and so I don't really care about it but it's quite important if if you if you've got a cluster that that needs to be of all time and for me I was 1 of the solids it's it's a really well documented RESTful API are not very good software engineer and up to a factor of never used the term to describe the so software engineer and but but so but when I do Hackett stuff I I really I rely on good Doc cool and it's a really clean interface and on the docks agreed so to me that's not that's a big 1 suffix search and promote previous experience with things like solar it's just very little sullenly since been a little bit less accessible than what ElasticSearch is and then and the cost has special goodies which is kind of important for for for you and for this audience the what some the but before we go on a look at those goodies because it's that's fair you know our system or it was last extraction west it's not a GIS and that it shouldn't really be considered 1 that's not something make maps with so 1 my talk about and we don't really use as a persistent Stolzl so so what I mean by that is we kind of just assume that we can spin at all FIL data and drop it off as and when we we need to so in in the work that we've done we kind of assisted up to posters and and and then move the into a new Elastics search just to serve a particular purpose so we don't kind of consider it will not rely on subsistence it's facing not the answer to all of your problems and we kind of just use it as a component in amongst other things because it to be good at some things so so yeah it's kind of good to keep that in mind rather that we talked to a few people mostly when smallest excitons kind of sometimes is a belief that you just kind of user it's gonna answer all the problems that that's not it's just it's just 1 piece of 1 place of the further the puzzle so what well
when you wanna there with a lot of event data so I we're using it to to to deal with this event data that were receiving from from vehicles and when you want a better search experience and so important in a bottom line for me is because searching for stuff not often sucks so in what is being the game for about 10 years and and and still sort of say really really good implementation of searching across maps and and and there was a 6 might be at and we also think it's it's it's got a good done discography when you service on demand and obviously when you wanna do with unstructured data it ElasticSearch August would consider itself in schemas but behind the scenes it does it does have a formal schema in a mapping all topic of a 2nd the so um discovered talk talk through about get how gets that spatial data in and if you if you if you're in the room and you've got your RDBMS baggage review and indexes you can think of those as this as databases documents of stored in indexes and model as judicial and of the church of something called types so indexes content types of documents think of these tables and it has it has a single mapping and which is the definition of a schema definition of a but it's actually automatically inferred by Elastic Search short so if you want a slum in a document elastic actually have to worry about a mapping most social 2 will do the heavy lifting and create the mapping for you or automatically inferred from the from the data that you pushing however notes that's slightly different for geospatial data and content types data type fulfilled in documents so important types also a dual point and and and you should we'll talk about so basically you
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mappings of ID fold ElasticSearch doesn't automatically create the correct field types for geospatial data therefore we have to explicitly create a mapping which includes the correct a special point so if you put at adjacent but you'd use and document which define polygon and this is the Elastic Search by day 4 will create a mapping with something like a double title for the for the coordinates for you to you can basically pull out the mapping and then changes in put it back in and and that means that you are successful then treat the gist geospatial type correctly so none special features would work if if you don't do this the kind of not Faulkner around mapping thing is is quite quite important to get to work and then
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exodus go like combining a few dozen qualities and now creating nested queries about this is that you can ask all sorts of interesting questions and sure distance aggregation again is like interesting question we have last will give that
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property and and find out so um that's pretty much my time out of global management going questions about cost excitatory stuff from so at the moment we're doing very little special stuff with this and we just started out doing like classical aggregation to build all the defaults and also doing the address
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