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Create an ObjectRocket Elasticsearch index

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Setup WPSOLR and ObjectRocket

From WPSOLR 21.4.

This video suppose you already have an account at ObjectRocket.

You will see how to create an ObjectRocket index with a few clicks.

 

What is ObjectRocket?

ObjectRocket is a service to host Elasticsearch indexes, among others. Rather than installing Elasticsearch on your own servers, you get a subscription and let the service manage your indexes on your behalf. No need of manpower, or servers, anymore.

Here is the video tutorial:

1 – Signup for a free trial at ObjectRocket

 

2 – Navigate to your ObjectRocket dashboard

 

3 – Create your first ObjectRocket cluster

ObjectRocket Elasticsearch: new cluster

ObjectRocket Elasticsearch: new cluster

3.1 – Activate trial

3.2 – Set a name for your cluster

3.3 Select a type (of nodes/VMs)

3.4 Select a region (where your nodes/VMs are)

3.5 Select the Elasticsearch version

3.6 Create the cluster

ObjectRocket Elasticsearch: creating cluster

ObjectRocket Elasticsearch: creating cluster

Wait a few moments, until your cluster is ready to accept your first index.

ObjectRocket Elasticsearch: cluster ready

ObjectRocket Elasticsearch: cluster ready

 

3.7 Copy the cluster public url (to paste in WPSOLR index admin)

ObjectRocket Elasticsearch: cluster public url

ObjectRocket Elasticsearch: cluster public url

3.8 Generate an ACL/IP

Create an ACL to let your WordPress site access the cluster:

ObjectRocket Elasticsearch: cluster new acl

ObjectRocket Elasticsearch: cluster new ACL

 

Done:

ObjectRocket Elasticsearch: cluster acl ready

ObjectRocket Elasticsearch: cluster ACL ready

 

3.9 Generate a cluster user/password (to paste in WPSOLR index admin)

Create a user/password with role “admin”:

ObjectRocket Elasticsearch: cluster new user

ObjectRocket Elasticsearch: cluster new user

Done:

ObjectRocket Elasticsearch: cluster user ready

ObjectRocket Elasticsearch: cluster user ready

 

4 – Create the ObjectRocket Elasticsearch index from WPSOLR admin

4.1 The WPSOLR new index form

ObjectRocket Elasticsearch: new index

ObjectRocket Elasticsearch: new index

  •  (1), (2), then (3) to edit a new index
  • (4) Select “Elasticsearch” among index types
  • (5) Select “ObjectRocket” among Hosting Services
  • (6) Set a name for you index, visible in WPSOLR admin
  • (7) Set a name for your index, visible in ObjectRocket Kibana admin (only letters and “_”, no whitespaces)
  • (8) Paste the ObjectRocket public url copied from the ObjectRocket console:
    ObjectRocket Elasticsearch: cluster public url

    ObjectRocket Elasticsearch: cluster public url

  • (10) Past username

    ObjectRocket Elasticsearch: cluster user ready

    ObjectRocket Elasticsearch: cluster user ready

  • (11) Past password
  • (12) Create the index. Done!

    ObjectRocket Elasticsearch: index created

    ObjectRocket Elasticsearch: index created

4.2 Index your data

ObjectRocket Elasticsearch: index indexed

ObjectRocket Elasticsearch: index indexed

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