In the previous post, we discussed how to read data in chunks from a relational database as a Spring Batch process using Spring Boot runner.
This post will explain how to import that data into Elasticsearch.
Recently I had a customer project that required transferring large amounts of data from a relational database to the NoSQL database that is Elasticsearch in order to take advantage of its famous fast searching capabilities.
Elasticsearch is part of the ELK stack that is released and maintained by Elastic.co.
The abbreviation ELK stand for Elasticsearch, Logstash, and Kibana.
Due to the huge success and popularity of its predecessor, some client projects started using Angular 2 before its official release.
This resulted in Angular 2 becoming one of the most famous platforms for web and hybrid application development.
Although this framework is relatively new there are already a lot of tutorials and examples explaining how to develop an Angular 2 application.
However, there is one aspect of Angular 2 that is not widely covered, but is…