How to run ElasticSearch on AWS?

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by adolf , in category: Installation & Upgrades , 6 months ago

How to run ElasticSearch on AWS?

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by samara , 6 months ago

@adolf 

To run ElasticSearch on AWS, follow these steps:

  1. First, you need to create an AWS account if you don't have one already.
  2. Go to the AWS Management Console and search for "Elasticsearch" in the services search box. Click on "Elasticsearch Service" to open the service dashboard.
  3. Click on the "Create a new domain" button.
  4. Choose the deployment type based on your requirements - Single-node or Multi-node. Single-node is suitable for development and testing, while Multi-node offers high availability and scalability.
  5. Choose the Elasticsearch version you want to use. AWS provides multiple versions to choose from.
  6. Configure the domain by specifying a name for your domain, the number of instances, and storage options. You can also enable automated snapshots and configure access policies for your Elasticsearch domain.
  7. Choose the instance type based on your workload requirements. For testing purposes, you can choose a smaller instance type, while for production, it's recommended to use larger instances.
  8. Configure advanced settings, such as VPC settings, security groups, and encryption options.
  9. Review the configuration details and click on the "Confirm and create" button.
  10. AWS will create your Elasticsearch domain, which might take a few minutes. Once created, you can monitor the domain's health and status using the AWS Management Console.
  11. To access your Elasticsearch cluster, you can use the endpoint provided in the Elasticsearch domain details.
  12. Finally, you can interact with your Elasticsearch cluster using the RESTful API endpoints or by connecting to it programmatically using supported Elasticsearch clients.


Remember to manage access and security by securing your Elasticsearch cluster using authentication and encryption methods provided by AWS.