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lasticsearch MCQs (Multiple Choice Questions And Answers):

This MCQ Section focuses on The \"Basics\" of Elasticsearch for your next Interview and will help you to crack. 

These Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) should be practiced to improve the Elasticsearch skills required for various interviews (campus interviews, walk-in interviews, company interviews), placements, entrance exams, and other competitive examinations.

Know more about Elasticsearch:

Per Wiki: Elasticsearch is a search engine based on the Lucene library. It provides a distributed, multitenant-capable full-text search engine with an HTTP web interface and schema-free JSON documents. 

Elasticsearch is developed in Java and is dual-licensed under the source-available Server Side Public License and the Elastic license, while other parts fall under the proprietary (source-available) Elastic License. 

Official clients are available in Java, .NET (C#), PHP, Python, Apache Groovy, Ruby, and many other languages. According to the DB-Engines ranking, Elasticsearch is the most popular enterprise search engine.

  • Original author: Shay Banon
  • Developer: Elastic NV
  • Initial release: 8 February 2010
  • Repository: github.com/elastic/elasticsearch
  • Written in: Java
  • Operating system: Cross-platform
  • Type: Search and index
  • License: Dual-licensed Elastic License (proprietary; source-available) and Server Side Public License (proprietary; source-available)
  • Official Website: www.elastic.co/elasticsearch/ 

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Elasticsearch Initial release?
Programming language used in Elasticsearch?
The Elasticsearch default communication port is?
Elasticsearch 7. x and later have a limit of ________ shards per node?
Which of the following collection of one or more nodes?
Which of the following are Advantages of elasticsearch?
Which versioning is the default version that starts with 1 and increments with each update, deletes included?
In URI Search, which parameter denotes the number of hits to return?
Handling multi-tenancy is very hard in Elasticsearch when compared to Apache Solr
A __________ breakdown fields values of a document into a stream, and inverted indexes are created and updates using these values, and these stream of values are stored in the document
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