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ElasticHQ - ElasticSearch Monitoring & Management

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As a long-time user of ElasticSearch, I’m proud to announce a new project I’ve undertaken, ElasticHQ – an ElasticSearch Management and Monitoring solution that is 100% browser-based, ie. No software to install.

Those who know me, would note that this is a departure from my usual style of coding and architecture, but after studying the ElasticSearch Java API (mainly TransportClient), I decided it would spur mass adoption if the application was run on the client (browser). So using Backbone.js, Underscore.js, Twitter Bootstrap, and Flot charts, I managed to carve out a solid nucleus I can build upon.

Feel free to check it out here:

For those that want to look at the code, you can find it on Github, under ElasticSearch-HQ. There is also a Google Group, although not advertised yet.

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