Elasticsearch

Elasticsearch is an open-source full text search and analytics engine that allows users to store, search, and analyze data.

featured tutorialHow To Set Up an Elasticsearch, Fluentd and Kibana (EFK) Logging Stack on Kubernetes
When running multiple services and applications on a…

Hanif Jetha • Published on November 26, 2018 · Updated on March 30, 2020

featured tutorialHow To Install and Configure Elasticsearch on Ubuntu 20.04
Elasticsearch is a platform for distributed search and analysis of data in real time. This article will guide you thr...

Erin Glass • Published on April 30, 2020

featured tutorialHow To Install Elasticsearch, Logstash, and Kibana (Elastic Stack) on Ubuntu 20.04
In this tutorial, we will go over the installation of the Elastic Stack on an Ubuntu 20.04 server. You will learn how...

Erin Glass • Published on June 23, 2020

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    • Tutorial

      How To Install Elasticsearch, Logstash, and Kibana (Elastic Stack) on Ubuntu 22.04

      In this tutorial, we will go over the installation of the Elastic Stack on an Ubuntu 22.04 server. You will learn how to install all of the components of the Elastic Stack (including Filebeat, a Beat used for forwardi...
      28 days agoBy Erin Glass, Jamon CamissoElasticsearchUbuntu
    • Tutorial

      How To Install and Configure Elasticsearch on Ubuntu 22.04

      Elasticsearch is a platform for distributed search and analysis of data in real time. This article will guide you through installing Elasticsearch, configuring it for your use case, securing your installation, and beg...
      28 days agoBy Alex GarnettElasticsearchUbuntuUbuntu 22.04Interactive
    • Question

      Logstash in droplet.what is the public ip? (Ubuntu 20.04 LTS)

      I need to know what the public IP is to access my logstash server from outside the droplet
      1 answer2 months agoBy LargeBlueGreenYachtElasticsearchLoggingUbuntu 20.04
    • Tutorial

      How To Analyze Managed Redis Database Statistics Using the Elastic Stack on Ubuntu 18.04

      Database monitoring is the continuous process of systematically tracking various metrics that show how the database is performing. In this tutorial, you’ll import database metrics, generated by the Redis INFO command,...
      2 months agoBy SavicElasticsearchRedisMonitoringDatabasesUbuntu
    • Tutorial

      How To Analyze Managed PostgreSQL Database Statistics Using the Elastic Stack on Ubuntu 18.04

      Database monitoring is the continuous process of systematically tracking various metrics that show how the database is performing. By observing the performance data, you can gain valuable insights and identify possibl...
      2 months agoBy SavicPostgreSQLDatabasesElasticsearchUbuntu 18.04
    • Tutorial

      How To Build A SIEM with Suricata and Elastic Stack on Rocky Linux 8

      The previous tutorials in this series guided you through installing, configuring, and running Suricata as an Intrusion Detection (IDS) and Intrusion Prevention (IPS) system. You also learned about Suricata rules and h...
      4 months agoBy Jamon CamissoRocky LinuxRocky Linux 8SecurityNetworkingFirewallElasticsearchSuricata
    • Tutorial

      How To Build A SIEM with Suricata and Elastic Stack on Debian 11

      The previous tutorials in this series guided you through installing, configuring, and running Suricata as an Intrusion Detection (IDS) and Intrusion Prevention (IPS) system. You also…
      4 months agoBy Jamon CamissoSuricataSecurityNetworkingFirewallDebianDebian 11Elasticsearch
    • Tutorial

      How To Build A SIEM with Suricata and Elastic Stack on CentOS 8 Stream

      The previous tutorials in this series guided you through installing, configuring, and running Suricata as an Intrusion Detection (IDS) and Intrusion Prevention (IPS) system. You also learned about Suricata rules and h...
      4 months agoBy Jamon CamissoSuricataSecurityNetworkingFirewallCentOSCentOS 8Elasticsearch
    • Question

      I need to use grok expression for ELK to filter the message data

      I have gone through the article related to filters using grok expression in ELK (Logstash). I have elk configured using docker compose and filebeat on client server using docker container. I have following files confi...
      No answers yet4 months agoBy sabil05LoggingElasticsearch
    • Tutorial

      How To Build A SIEM with Suricata and Elastic Stack on Ubuntu 20.04

      The previous tutorials in this series guided you through installing, configuring, and running Suricata as an Intrusion Detection (IDS) and Intrusion Prevention (IPS) system. You also learned about Suricata rules and h...
      4 months agoBy Jamon CamissoSuricataSecurityElasticsearchNetworkingFirewallUbuntuUbuntu 20.04
    • Question

      Best way to add Elasticsearch to App

      I have Django app running on DO, and I want to add Elasticsearch to it. I have the two containers running on my desktop with Docker compose, and I’m trying to figure out what the simplest (and cheapest!) way to deploy...
      1 answer10 months agoBy digitaloceancomSquidDigitalOcean App PlatformElasticsearchDjango
    • Question

      File beat output has zero hits

      Hi, After following the link -How To Install Elasticsearch, Logstash, and Kibana I can see zero hits in the output and I am not able to figure out why, also while configuring Kibana, the output of the command - http:/...
      1 answer12 months agoBy adhawalUbuntuElasticsearchUbuntu 20.04
    • Question

      is it possible to install Elasticsearch APM on Web service?

      Hello, I’m serving API with heroku-php-nginx,I want to monitor application performance and push logs to Elasticsearch, is it possible to install APM on this instance?
      1 answer365 days agoBy nikopeikrishvilAPINginxElasticsearch
    • Question

      I have made changes in elasticsearch.yml present in tpotce folder and how the changes will reflect back?I am using TPOT

      Hi,I am facing problem i.e when i have made some changes to elasticsearch.yml which is present in tpotce folder and how changes will reflect back to running container i have tried restarting the tpot service and tried...
      No answers yet1 year agoBy rahulpawarSquidElasticsearch
    • Question

      How much memory it is eating up?

      AS I successfully implemented the tutorial. Now it is taking 35 GB of memory out of 60 GB and in other instance, it is taking 90% of memory out of 16GB. So is normal with everyone or there is an issue.
      1 answer1 year agoBy ypargaienUbuntuElasticsearchUbuntu 20.04
    • Question

      install on client server filebeat

      and you have instructions for installing on the client server filebeat ?
      1 answer1 year agoBy staif123UbuntuMonitoringConfiguration ManagementElasticsearchUbuntu 18.04
    • Question

      Name or Service not known

      Hola! Antes que nada quería agradecerte por un increíble trabajo que realizaste en esta guía.Mi consulta en esta ocasión es la siguiente:Estoy intentando desplegar en Kubernetes (Rancher), una solución similar a la de...
      No answers yet2 years agoBy francoalopezLoggingElasticsearchKubernetesSolutions
    • Question

      how will be my pricing done and windows os??

      I am using ram and CPU for 5 hours per day but using storage data for 24 hours how will be my pricing done? and is their windows OS in DigitalOcean?
      2 answers2 years agoBy ykingElasticsearch
    • Question

      how to setup filebeat and another beats to get log data from another server

      Hi Digital Ocean Community, thanks for https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-install-elasticsearch-logstash-and-kibana-elastic-stack-on-ubuntu-20-04 i can setup ELK stack without any issue and now my...
      1 answer2 years agoBy Steven AudyUbuntuElasticsearchUbuntu 20.04
    • Tutorial

      How To Install and Configure Elasticsearch on CentOS 8

      How to install and configure Elasticsearch on CentOS 8
      2 years agoBy ToliOpen SourceCentOSElasticsearch