How is Elasticsearch similar to MongoDB in terms of data storage and usage?

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  • nebula

    A distributed block-based data storage and compute engine (by varchar-io)

    Many modern data systems are designed in a similar way - extract, index, and query in including many low-latency real-time analytical systems, such as clickhouse, druid, pinot, nebula. Take nebula (https://github.com/varchar-io/nebula) as an example - it connects real-time storage engines like Kafka, cloud storage, or pubsub systems, extracts and index data from message queue into its own distributed system, providing low latency query on top of it for business use cases.

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