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Amazon Elasticsearch Service Reviews

Amazon Elasticsearch Service is a managed service that makes it easy to deploy, operate, and scale Elasticsearch in the AWS Cloud.

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  • Advice on a simple database architecture
    Have you looked into Amazon OpenSearch Service ( You should be able to load the log files into that service and then query it there. Should simplify things a lot. - Source: Reddit / 23 days ago
  • AWS Beginner's Key Terminologies
    Elasticsearch (analytics) An open-source, real-time distributed search and analytics engine used for full-text search, structured search, and analytics. OpenSearch was developed by the Elastic company. Amazon OpenSearch Service (OpenSearch Service) is an AWS-managed service for deploying, operating and scaling OpenSearch in the AWS Cloud. Https:// - Source: / 2 months ago
  • Building with AWS OpenSearch Serverless
    AWS has had a search product offering for several years, previously called Elasticsearch. OpenSearch is a fork of Elasticsearch and Kibana. The Amazon OpenSearch Service is a managed service that runs OpenSearch, where the installation, patching and replication is managed for the customers. - Source: / 3 months ago
  • Spatial Search with Amazon OpenSearch Service and Visualized It in QGIS
    Prepare GIS data for use with Amazon OpenSearch Service. This time, I prepared a sample of OpenStreetMap data in QGIS in advance. - Source: / 8 months ago
  • Is Disaster Recovery Worth It In Serverless Applications?
    With EC2 you could run an active-passive strategy that requires you to spin up your instances on demand. But with OpenSearch, domains cannot be turned off. So you would need to run it active. This can result in some costly AWS bills. - Source: / 11 months ago
  • Elastic and Amazon reach agreement on Elasticsearch trademark infringement suit
    > Honesty sounds like AWS is giving up on providing hosted elastic search. Yes, Elastic’s press release is carefully crafted to give that impression, but, AFAICT, all AWS is doing is using the name of the open fork (“OpenSearch” [0]) for their service, which is no labelled “Amazon OpenSearch Service” and subheaded “(successor to Amazon Elasticsearch Service)” [1], and not using the ElasticSearch name (except as a... - Source: Hacker News / about 1 year ago
  • Goodbye AWS OpenSearch, hello self-hosted ElasticSearch on EC2
    AWS ElasticSearch Service used to be a quick and easy option to add ElasticSearch to a project already hosted on AWS. It was forked into AWS OpenSearch and is now only nominally related to ElasticSearch. That change created a dilemma to stay with this new AWS service or make a move elsewhere to stay with ElasticSearch. - Source: / about 1 year ago
  • Back to basics: Writing an application using Go and PostgreSQL with pgx
    For our search infrastructure, we started using Amazon OpenSearch Service. We listen to PostgreSQL database changes via its Logical Streaming Replication Protocol and ingest data into our OpenSearch/Elasticsearch search engine through a lightweight connector built in-house. - Source: / about 1 year ago

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