Elasticsearch Training: Online Courses & On-premise Workshops
Learn & Master Elasticsearch Faster
Your Elasticsearch instructor is an active Elasticsearch engineer, developer and consultant with years of experience helping enterprise, medium and small organizations. Radu has worked with clients from 20+ different industries and is the author of Elasticsearch in Action. Here are some problems Radu Gheorghe solved for Sematext clients recently:
- Improved search relevancy using Learning to Rank
- Optimized multiple petabyte-scale clusters. Some up to 400 nodes.
- Designed Elasticsearch index and cluster architecture for dozens of clients
- Optimized log ingestion pipelines to parse and enrich 100K+ events/second
- Helped clients and DevOps teams reduce production Elasticsearch and ingestion pipeline costs by as much as 10x
Why attend our online courses?
- Small, interactive, instructor-led classes
- Lots of hands-on exercises and training materials
- Customized learning experience both core essentials and advanced classes are available
- Useful for any Elasticsearch users, including AWS OpenSearch and Elastic Cloud
- More flexible - no need to travel
- Get our Elasticsearch certification - Certificate of Completion included
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8-hour Elasticsearch training. Join online classes.
Intro to Elasticsearch
In this course you will learn about all core Elasticsearch concepts – data, master and client nodes and their differences, sharding, replication, mapping, search relevance scoring, and so on.
If you are looking to administer, tune and scale clusters, in this class you will learn everything you need to handle your Elasticsearch clusters in production – from tuning OS and JVM for performance to commits, merge policies and caches, query routing, scrolling, thread pools, and so on.
Elasticsearch for Product Searches
This 8-hour online course focuses on E-commerce or similar product search use-cases (e.g. searching for phones, books, people, blog posts). Because relevancy is important for product search: Elasticsearch shouldn’t return “phone accessories” on a query for “phone”. Other challenges might come up as well, for example dealing with relational data, providing autocomplete or did-you-mean functionality. This course provides solutions to these challenges.