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Ubuntu – Phones, Tablets, TV – the nxt target

            We are now in mobile world. Everyone is carrying a mobile or tablet which makes them easily to get connected with others all the time. There are a number of commercial applications, software,  operating systems available for it. At the same time open source community is contributing a lot for such kind… Read More »

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Elasticsearch and Logstash – General Guide Links

Web Application for Elasticsearch : ElasticTab – Elasticsearch to Excel Report (Web Application) Elasticsearch Plugin: Elasticsearch Plugin To Generate (Save and E-Mail) Excel Reports Elasticsearch: Execute Multiple Search Query in Elasticsearch Monitor Elasticsearch Servers with Shell Script – E-Mail Notification Execute Raw Elasticsearch Query using Transport Client – Java API Elasticsearch – Apply Nested Filter on… Read More »

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Google Glass – An virtual reality headset with head-mount display

           The technology is going far beyond than what we think. The people want the technology to be used in easier way. Smartphones are one such device which comes with lot of technologies power-packed in it. Some of the technologies are high sensitive touch, WiFi,  Bluetooth, Full HD display, high quality camera etc. Most of the people… Read More »

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Samsung Galaxy S4 – Its a Superphone!!!

            We live in a mobile world.We travel a lot. We always want to be connected with other. Smartphones are one choice which makes it. But how about a super smartphone which replaces desktop, laptop, tablet, iPod  camera etc. We have all the above mentioned electronic products in one form Samsung Galaxy S4… Read More »

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Elasticsearch – Apply Nested Filter on Nested (Inner) Aggregation

           The following query can be used to apply filter on nested (inner) aggregation. In our example aggregationName2 is the nested aggregation. The filter (bold content) in the input JSON will be applied only for the aggregation aggregationName2. aggregationName2 takes in the output of aggregationName1, then applies the filter which is then processed by aggregationName2… Read More »

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