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Understanding AI search algorithms

Artificial intelligence tools are everywhere, and it’s no mystery why. They can carry out a huge variety of tasks and find the solutions to many everyday problems. But these apps are only as good as their AI search algorithm. In simple terms, an AI search algorithm is the decision-making formula an AI tool uses to find the optimal solution to your specific problem. Search algorithms may make trade-offs between speed, relevance, or another weighted factor.

5 AI search trends impacting developers in 2024

After an incredibly fast-moving 2023, what does the future hold for AI and search? Conversational generative AI leapt into the public consciousness over the past year, and organizations scrambled to define their strategy for capitalizing on the trend. AI-boosted relevance is reshaping the way users experience search — and elevating their expectations for the quality of the interaction.

Let's Put on a Show With Cribl's Search Sandbox!

Remember when you were a kid and your school put on a production of the latest grade school drama? Maybe you didn’t get the lead role, but it was fun to put on (or watch) the show. Search Sandboxes are just like that! Except you get to be the stage manager when searching data. And Search Sandboxes offer you everything you need to make it an all-star performance.

Optimizing APM Costs and Visibility with Cribl Stream and Search

OpenTelemetry is starting to gain critical mass due to its vendor neutrality and having worked in the APM space for the last five years. I can see the appeal. Using OpenTelemetry libraries to instrument your code frees you from putting vendor libraries in your codebase. The other challenge most customers face is balancing cost versus visibility. While effective, most APM solutions are costly.

Getting Started with Elasticsearch and Python

In the ever-evolving landscape of data management and analytics, the integration of Python with Elasticsearch stands out as a game-changer. Elasticsearch, renowned for its robust distributed search and analytics capabilities, finds a powerful ally in Python through the Python Elasticsearch client. Elasticsearch is an open-source, distributed search and analytics engine known for its scalability and real-time capabilities.

Elastic Search 8.12: Making Lucene fast and developers faster

Elastic Search 8.12 contains new innovations for developers to intuitively utilize artificial intelligence and machine learning models to elevate search experiences with lightning fast performance and enhanced relevance. This version of Elastic® is built on Apache Lucene 9.9, the fastest Lucene release ever, and updates some of our most popular integrations such as Amazon S3, MongoDB, MySQL, and more.

Cribl Stream's Replay vs Cribl Search's Send: Understanding the Differences

In today’s contemporary landscape, organizations produce more data than ever, which needs to be collected, stored, analyzed, and retained, but not necessarily in that order. Historically, most vendors’ analysis tools were also the retention point for that data. Still, while this may first appear to be the best option for performance, we have quickly seen it creates significant problems.

Performing Geolocation Lookups on IP Addresses to Use in Cribl Search

Are you tired of sifting through data without context? Cribl Search adds valuable depth to your data, making it much easier to understand and analyze. No more squinting at cryptic logs or puzzling over unknown IP addresses! ️ Some common examples of how Cribl Search can enrich your data are adding service names or matching to threat intelligence. Another popular data enrichment is adding geographical location to events based on IP addresses.