Course Outline


  • Requirements
  • Different ways of installing Elasticsearch
  • Configuration Files
  • Web interface

Using Elasticsearch as primary storage

  • Querying database
  • Performance
  • Relationships
  • Aggregation
  • Access control


  • Monitoring
  • Deployment
  • Maintenance and  optimization

Extending Elasticsearch

  • Available Plugins
  • Creating and maitaining own plugins

Basic Analytics

  • Kibana
  • Logstash

Scaling and High Availability

  • Cluster
  • Sharding



Participants shall either have finished course elastic1 or have good grounding in administering Elasticsearch.

Basic programming knowledge is required.

  14 Hours


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