Sonic is a fast, lightweight and schema-less search backend. It ingests search texts and identifier tuples that can then be queried against in a microsecond's time.
Sonic can be used as a simple alternative to super-heavy and full-featured search backends such as Elasticsearch in some use-cases. It is capable of normalizing natural language search queries, auto-completing a search query and providing the most relevant results for a query. Sonic is an identifier index, rather than a document index; when queried, it returns IDs that can then be used to refer to the matched documents in an external database.
System logging and monitoring are essential components in stable and intelligent business operations - but too often, security is complicated - or worse, compromised. A smart engineer will usually choose the simplest approach, as it is often the most stable and secure.
In most of today’s networks, logging and monitoring are mutually exclusive, one pushing back to a central location, and the other polling from a central location. The polling piece of this dual-architecture has several problems
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The personal, minimalist, super-fast, database free, bookmarking service by the Shaarli community