Tag: Python

Getting Google Search Keywords into Adobe Analytics

While Adobe Analytics is a much more mature solution compared to Google Analytics, the latter always had an advantage when it comes to Search Keywords. It shouldn’t surprise us that the company who offers both the search engine and the analytics tool has some integration between them. While it was easy to get search keywords […]

Building an Enterprise Grade OpenSource Web Analytics System – Part 6: Data Storage

This is the sixth part of a seven-part-series explaining how to build an Enterprise Grade OpenSource Web Analytics System. In this post we are taking a brief look on what we can do with the data we collected and processed with Clickhouse. In the previous post we built a persisted visitor profile for our visitors […]

Building an Enterprise Grade OpenSource Web Analytics System – Part 5: Visitor Profile

This is the fifth part of a seven-part-series explaining how to build an Enterprise Grade OpenSource Web Analytics System. In this post we are going to build a visitor profile to persist some of the data we track with Python and Redis. In the last post we processed the raw data using Python and wrote […]

Building an Enterprise Grade OpenSource Web Analytics System – Part 4: Data Processing

This is the fourth part of a seven-part-series explaining how to build an Enterprise Grade OpenSource Web Analytics System. In this post we are building the processing layer to work with our raw log lines. In the last post we used Nginx and Filebeat to write our tracking events to Kafka. If you are new […]

Building an Enterprise Grade OpenSource Web Analytics System – Part 1: Architecture

Some time ago I wrote a litte series on how to amp up your log analytics activities. Ever since then I wanted to start another project building a fully fledged Analytics system with client side tracking and unlimited scalability out of OpenSource components. This is what this series is about, since I had some time […]

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