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Get Started with Amazon Elasticsearch Service: Use Dedicated Master Instances to Improve Cluster Stability

Welcome to this introductory series on Elasticsearch and Amazon Elasticsearch Service (Amazon ES). In this and future articles, we provide the basic information that you need to get started with Elasticsearch on AWS. What dedicated master instances are and why you need them Dedicated master instances perform a single function in an Elasticsearch cluster: orchestration. […]

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Get Started with Amazon Elasticsearch Service: Set CloudWatch Alarms on Key Metrics

Welcome to this introductory series on Elasticsearch and Amazon Elasticsearch Service (Amazon ES). In this and future articles, we provide the basic information that you need to get started with Elasticsearch on AWS. While supporting the many thousands of Amazon Elasticsearch Service (Amazon ES) domains for our customers, our team has amassed significant experience with […]

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Get Started with Amazon Elasticsearch Service: Filter Aggregations in Kibana

Welcome to this introductory series on Elasticsearch and Amazon Elasticsearch Service (Amazon ES). In this and future articles, we provide the basic information that you need to get started with Elasticsearch on AWS. You figured out how cool Elasticsearch is, and now you’re sending your Apache web logs to Amazon Elasticsearch Service. You pop open […]

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Get Started with Amazon Elasticsearch Service: How Many Shards Do I Need?

Welcome to this introductory series on Elasticsearch and Amazon Elasticsearch Service (Amazon ES). In this and future articles, we provide the basic information that you need to get started with Elasticsearch on AWS. How many shards? Elasticsearch can take in large amounts of data, split it into smaller units, called shards, and distribute those shards […]

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Get Started with Amazon Elasticsearch Service: How Many Data Instances Do I Need?

Welcome to the first in a series of blog posts about Elasticsearch and Amazon Elasticsearch Service, where we will provide the information you need to get started with Elasticsearch on AWS. How many instances will you need? When you create an Amazon Elasticsearch Service domain, this is one of the first questions to answer.

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