Migrating Elasticsearch on Amazon EC2 to Modernized, Multi-Tenant Amazon OpenSearch Service Architecture
For a recent project, NTT DATA Services was asked to architect and design the migration of a customer’s backend search tool used by two of its applications. Both applications were leveraging Elasticsearch for data storage. Learn how NTT DATA used some of the DevOps pillars to implement migrations using an active migration strategy. The goal was to move from individual Elasticsearch instances on Amazon EC2 to a single multi-tenant hosted Elasticsearch solution per region—in this case, Amazon OpenSearch Service.
It can be complicated to maintain a robust, scalable, and reliable monitoring system that inputs terabytes of data under heavy traffic. Learn how Thundra has delivered 99.9 percent availability to customers since incorporating AWS services into its product. Thundra’s platform can handle scalability and availability challenges, recover both from partial failures and major outages, and support point-in-time recovery in case of disaster.
Insider, an AWS Competency Partner, has been using Elasticsearch for a long time and is satisfied with its performance and features. They had a couple of issues when scaling up its usage, however, but they fixed them by making changes on configurations, architecture, and hardware. Follow along as Insider’s team realizes that fixing symptoms without understanding the root cause may lead to worse scenarios, and how they learned the hard way the importance of identifying the real issue as soon as possible.