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Enterprisesearch with elasticsearch in docker container

Enterprisesearch in docker container Previously, on this post I’ve created a script to deploy the elastic stack using docker containers. Enterprise search was released as of 7.7.0 and it provides both AppSearch and WorkplaceSearch into a single solution. deploy-elastic.sh script I’ve added the entsearch mode so that you can deploy the Enterprisesearch and use it for AppSearch and WorkplaceSearch. Simple run ./deploy-elastic.sh entsearch 7.15.1 The script will check to see if your stack is 7.15+ or else it will exit. Enterprisesearch will be stood up using a container named entsearch Enterprisesearch will listen on port 3002 (standard port) Enterprisesearch is… Continue Reading

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Fleet server with elasticsearch in docker container

Fleet server in docker container Fleet & Fleet server was released as of 7.14.0 and it uses the elastic-agent as a single, unified way to add monitoring for logs, metrics and other types of data. Fleet server is the mechanism to connect elastic-agents to fleet. Basically a Fleet server is an elastic-agent running in a server mode so that other elastic-agents can connect to it and be managed by the fleet server to send data into elasticsearch In this article I will assume that you are using a self-signed certificate which complicate things but if you are using a public’y… Continue Reading

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Quickly deploy elasticsearch with docker

I needed a way to quickly stand up various versions of elasticsearch for testing. Sometimes just 1 instance was needed and at other time a small cluster and configure it with TLS and security settings. I spent way too much time installing and reinstalling the software on my vm and knew that this will not work well for me. So I set out to look for a light weight, portable, fast, re-produce-able solution that I can quickly stand up and delete and do it over and over. I decided to tackle this challange using docker-compose and developed a script that… Continue Reading