Kibana

[Lab] Getting Started with ElasticSearch - Part 3 - Batch Operations

In part 1 of the lab we installed ElasticSearch and Kibana and did some basic queries. In part 2 we did more requests. In this part, we will do some batch operations.

We can perform operations in batches using the _bulk API.

 

This lab stops from where part 2 has ended. In case, you have shutdown the ES and Kibana, you will have to start them going to respective home folders:

bin\elasticsearch.bat

bin\kibana.bat

Then go to Kibana dashboard @ http://localhost:5601

Steps:

[Lab] Getting Started with ElasticSearch - Part 2 - Create Index & Do Basic Operations

In part 1 of the lab we installed ElasticSearch and Kibana and did some basic queries. In this part, we will create index and do a bit more. This lab stops from where part 1 has ended.

In case, you have shutdown the ES and Kibana, you will have to start them going to respective home folders:

bin\elasticsearch.bat

bin\kibana.bat

Then go to Kibana dashboard @ http://localhost:5601

 

Steps:

  1. Login to Kibana and go to Dev Tools console.

[Lab] Getting Started with ElasticSearch - Part 1 - Local Installation & Basic Setup

In this lab, we will download and install ElasticSearch in a Windows Machine. In a Linux machine, you should be able to do the same from OS package manager (e.g. Debian or RPM packages).

Prerequisites: Java should have been installed, preferably the latest version. 

Alternatively you can install Elasticsearch with Docker

 

Steps:

  1. Install ElasticSearch