01 AWS Elasticsearch Service : What is Elasticsearch and How to Create it | Visualize in Kibana

01 AWS Elasticsearch Service : What is Elasticsearch and How to Create it | Visualize in Kibana

01 – What is Elasticsearch –
02 – Anazlyze Data using Elasticsearch and Kibana –
03 – Elasticsearch Service Index Manual Snapshots –
04 – Elasticsearch Service Restoring Snapshots –
05 – Elasticsearch Service Delete Indices –

Amazon Elasticsearch Service makes it easy to deploy, secure, operate, and scale Elasticsearch for log analytics, full text search, application monitoring, and more. Amazon Elasticsearch Service is a fully managed service that delivers Elasticsearch’s easy-to-use APIs and real-time analytics capabilities alongside the availability, scalability, and security that production workloads require.

The service offers built-in integrations with Kibana, Logstash, and AWS services including Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC), AWS Key Management Service (KMS), Amazon Kinesis Data Firehose, AWS Lambda, Amazon Cognito and Amazon CloudWatch so that you can go from raw data to actionable insights quickly and securely.

It’s easy to get started with Amazon Elasticsearch Service. You can set up and configure petabyte-scale Amazon Elasticsearch Service domains in minutes from the AWS Management Console. Amazon Elasticsearch Service provisions all the resources for your domain and launches it. You can securely access the domain from your VPC or from a public endpoint. The service automatically detects and replaces failed Elasticsearch nodes, reducing the overhead associated with self-managed infrastructure and the Elasticsearch software.

Amazon Elasticsearch Service allows you to easily scale your cluster to over a petabyte of data via a single API call or a few clicks in the console. With Amazon Elasticsearch Service, you get direct access to the Elasticsearch open-source API so the code and applications you’re already using with your existing Elasticsearch environments work seamlessly.

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17 thoughts on “01 AWS Elasticsearch Service : What is Elasticsearch and How to Create it | Visualize in Kibana

  1. Great content as always @Valaxy Technologies, would you be kind enough to do some videos on Elasticsearch service on a VPC which can be access kibana using cognito
    from a public network with public domain configure in route53

  2. Hi I am new to AWS, I have created elasticsearch service domain, how to access kibana from my local machine, I am using windows.

  3. Hi ,I need to know index rotation in elastics search, how can move indexes to S3 bucket from elastic search

  4. How do we push cloud watch logs to s3 using kinesis firehose delivery data stream through terraform please explain sir

  5. Hi, I am new to AWS services. In my case I am running 2 small applications on my ec2 instance I want to check the logs of my applications using AWS ES and Kibana. I have two containers running on the instance one is auditbeat and aws es proxy. Mentioned the endpoint on the docker-compose file and out.elasticsearch to localhost:9200. But when I open my kibana it is showing empty space and my AWS ES cluster status is in red. Can you please suggest to me how to see visualize logs. Let me know if you have any questions.

  6. thanks for sharing but can you please let me know how to use service to website logs using elasticsearch and kibana on AWS
    and what it would be cost

  7. Im having issue in Jenkins server. That jenkins cant trigger the build when user raises the pull request in bitbucket cloud. Jenkins triggering the build when user commit the code by git command. But i would like to trigger the build when raise pull request instead of user commit. could you solve my issue?

  8. Nice video but if possible specify the technical futures of the service. It will be more effective for lemon person to understand as well.
    Thank you

  9. Thanks! Could you please put a detailed video on elasticache redis and memcached?

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