Elasticsearch Write Operations

Kunal Kapoor has a presentation on Elasticsearch write operations (inserts, updates, and deletes) and explains what’s going on:

In this presentation, we are going to discuss how Elasticsearch handles the various operations like insert, update, delete. We would also cover what is an inverted index and how segment merging works.

Click through for the slides; they helped me firm up a few thoughts I had about Elasticsearch.

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