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Couchbase Plugin for Elasticsearch - Now in beta

Marty Schoch of Couchbase Published

When we released the developer preview of our Couchbase plugin for Elasticsearch back in September we received a lot of great feedback from the community.  Since then we've been working to improve the plugin and put it through a more formal testing process.  Today we're releasing an updated version of the plugin as a beta. 

Some of the key changes are:

  • Now compatible with version 0.20.2 of Elasticsearch
  • Now supports document expiration using Elasticsearch TTL
  • Now supports XDCR conflict resolution to reduce bandwidth usage in some cases
  • Fixed Couchbase index template to allow searching on the document metadata
  • Fixed data corruption under high load (CBES-11)
  • Fixed recognition of non-JSON documents (CBES-11)
  • Improved log information when indexing stub documents

If you're interested in full-text search of your Couchbase documents, now is the time to give it a try and get your feedback in before the GA release. You can comment on this blog or reach us on the Couchbase Server mailing list

Download the plugin here.

Step-by-step instructions to get started are available in the original blog post.

Want to know more about how the Couchbase plugin for Elasticsearch can help your application?  Take a look at the Couchbase plugin data sheet and the plug-in guide.


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