Posted On: May 16, 2024

Amazon DocumentDB zero-ETL integration with Amazon OpenSearch Service provides customers advanced search capabilities, such as fuzzy search, cross-collection search and multilingual search, on their Amazon DocumentDB documents using the OpenSearch API. With a few clicks in the AWS Console, customers can now seamlessly synchronize their data from Amazon DocumentDB to Amazon OpenSearch Service, eliminating the need to write any custom code to extract, transform, and load the data. This integration extends the existing text search and vector search capabilities in Amazon DocumentDB, providing customers greater flexibility for searching their JSON-based documents.

This zero-ETL integration uses Amazon OpenSearch Ingestion to synchronize the data from Amazon DocumentDB collections to Amazon OpenSearch Service. Amazon OpenSearch Ingestion is able to automatically understand the format of the data in Amazon DocumentDB collections and maps the data to your index mapping templates in Amazon OpenSearch Service to yield the most performant search results. Customers can synchronize data from multiple Amazon DocumentDB collections via multiple pipelines into one Amazon OpenSearch managed cluster or serverless collection to offer holistic insights across several applications.

Amazon DocumentDB zero-ETL integration with Amazon OpenSearch Service is now available in the following 13 regions : US East (Ohio), US East (N. Virginia), US West (Oregon), Europe (Ireland), Europe (London), Europe (Frankfurt), Asia Pacific (Tokyo), Asia Pacific (Sydney), and Asia Pacific (Singapore), Asia Pacific (Mumbai), Asia Pacific (Seoul), and Canada (Central).

To learn more and get started with this zero-ETL integration, visit the developer guides for Amazon DocumentDB and Amazon OpenSearch Service and the launch blog.