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The Antares team works with clients from a vast array of industries, from public to private entities, ranging from small businesses to large corporate environments. Regardless of the client or project size, one of our consistent priorities is to integrate their current business processes or workflows into a new solution.
This post is a compilation of the (sometimes hard-learned) lessons we experienced while migrating from MSSQL to ElasticSearch in C# using the NEST client. The intent is to help others recognize potential pitfalls and traps during their migration.
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