Working at mimacom is colourful and enriching if you use the drink breaks to exchange knowledge or get co-workers to know much better. Our management and working culture explicitly desire that. This blog post is the result of it.
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Reading the title of this blog post, you will likely associate the title with the fairy tale Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. An association is a connection in mind for two related terms. It is a creative process that the human brain is so good at it. Another creative process is using synonyms.
Today we are looking into the Elasticsearch language support of Chinese. Chinese is spoken by the ethnic Chinese majority and many minority ethnic groups in China. About 1.2 billion people (around 16% of the world’s population) speak some form of Chinese as their first language. We are an international company, so having customers in Singapore or Hong Kong makes it super interesting. Chinese consists of many dialects and mostly two written forms. In our first section, I will clarify which region uses what dialect and written form. After that, we are looking at what is supported by Elasticsearch or moreover by Apache Lucene.
This article is about my experience with the YubiKey 4 for full disk encryption (FDE) with Linux. I will introduce the YubiKey and its capabilities of the entire disk encryption with Multi-Factor Authentication.
Since Elasticsearch 5, the default similarity algorithm for Elasticsearch is Okapi BM25. A similarity (scoring/ranking model) defines how matching documents are scored. Performing a search against a set of documents gives you results sorted by relevance. In one of our previous blog posts by Rocco Schulz, BM25 was already mentioned. In this blog article, we are going to look into the inner workings of the Okapi BM25 algorithm.
This article is the beginning of our Elastic Stack article series, that explains the Elastic Stack for Beginners and curious people. I use football data as the basis for our demonstrations and examples for three reasons. The first reason is that the football (soccer) season starts again this weekend. I live in the city of the current Swiss Football champion (Bsc Young Boys). I want them to succeed again this season. The final reason is my little nephew. On my summer vacation visit, my nephew asked me what I do for a living in Switzerland: Software Engineering and Architecture for Distributed Computing. That was too abstract or vague for him. Kids are naturally curious. He is a smart kid, so he rephrases the question of what kind of products or tools I use for work. It came down to the Elastic Stack.
This article describes how to deploy pods (applications) on the desired node or nodes. OpenShift uses K8S (Kubernetes) to do that, so we will also cover the K8S basics about that.
Do you know how to download the latest version of a Java Application from a JFrog Artifactory repository? This blog post gives you one solution. To work it requires at least the Artifactory Pro version. The Artifactory API enables us to search for last modified items/artifacts.