Using Apache Flume and Apache Solr

Using Apache Flume and Apache Solr

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This article will discuss the high-level architecture of how we can keep track of all the messages consumed by a JMS consumer. This use case can also be used to keep track of all the web service requests and responses. 

Before reading this article, it’s good that you have little knowledge about Apache Flume and  Apache Solr. This historical collection of all the enterprise messages, web service requests, and responses will provide a new domain to analyze the client’s interaction with our applications.

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May 12, 2017 at 07:57PM

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