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Amazon Elasticsearch Service – Amazon Web Services

Amazon Elasticsearch Service – Amazon Web Services Resources Customers Articles The ELK Stack What is Elasticsearch? What is Kibana? What is Logstash? Data Ingestion Amazon Elasticsearch Service is a fully managed service that makes it easy for you to deploy, secure, and run Elasticsearch cost effectively at scale. You can build, monitor, and troubleshoot your …

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Deploy Elasticsearch with Kubernetes on AWS in 10 steps

Kubernetes aka k8s is an open-source system for automating deployment, scaling and management of containerized applications. In this tutorial, I will show how to setup a Kubernetes cluster and deploy an Elasticsearch cluster on it in AWS. A similar setup should also work for GCE and Azure. Before we get started, you should have administrative …

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An Introduction to Ridge, Lasso, and Elastic Net Regression

Regression analysis is a statistical technique that models and approximates the relationship between a dependent and one or more independent variables. This article will quickly introduce three commonly used regression models using R and the Boston housing data-set: Ridge, Lasso, and Elastic Net. First we need to understand the basics of regression and what parameters …

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Amazon Elasticsearch Service Configuration API Reference

This reference describes the actions, data types, and errors in the Amazon Elasticsearch Service Configuration API. The configuration API is a REST API that you can use to create and configure Amazon ES domains over HTTP. You also can use the AWS CLI and the console to configure Amazon ES domains. For more information, see …

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Some things you should know before using Amazon’s Elasticsearch Service on AWS

I write this following a particularly frustrating day of thumb twiddling and awaiting slack messages from the AWS support team. Our Elasticsearch cluster was down for the better part of a day, and we were engaged with AWS support the whole time. At my previous job , my team and I maintained a massive, multi-cluster …

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Amazon Elasticsearch Service Features

Setup and configuration: Getting started with Amazon Elasticsearch Service is easy. You can setup and configure your Amazon Elasticsearch Service cluster using the AWS Management Console or a single API call through the AWS Command Line Interface (CLI). You can specify the number of instances, instance types, storage options, and modify or delete existing clusters …

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A React Data Grid Template Powered By ElasticSearch

Are you looking for a reusable boilerplate for your next ▦ data grid project? You’ve come to the right place. We have created a React based data grid template that is powered by an ElasticSearch backend. It is searchable, filterable and can render thousands of rows on the frontend thanks to react-virtualized. We hear you! …

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Elasticsearch as a NoSQL Database

UPDATE: This article refers to our hosted Elasticsearch offering by an older name, Found. Please note that Found is now known as Elastic Cloud. 14-day hosted Elasticsearch no-cost trials are available on Elastic Cloud. Can Elasticsearch be used as a “NoSQL”-database? NoSQL means different things in different contexts, and interestingly it’s not really about SQL. …

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Creating and Configuring Amazon Elasticsearch Service Domains

This chapter describes how to create and configure Amazon Elasticsearch Service (Amazon ES) domains. An Amazon ES domain is synonymous with an Elasticsearch cluster. Domains are clusters with the settings, instance types, instance counts, and storage resources that you specify. Unlike the brief instructions in the Getting Started tutorial, this chapter describes all options and …

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