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Elasticsearch Hosting

1474 views July 30, 2017 July 13, 2019 admin 1

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Hosted Elasticsearch vs installing Elasticsearch

It’s a question of personal feeling.

– If you’re a dev ops guy, you’ll like installing Elasticsearch on your own dedicated server, or VPS. You’ll benefit from dedicated resources and power, and smaller connexion times. You’ll also pay much less if you have lot’s of data or queries.

– If you’re more like a business man, and want to outsource plenty of boring stuff like security, load balancing, node distribution, scalability, then renting a hosted Elasticsearch server is for you.

Compatible hosted Elasticsearch services

Below are the hosted services tested with WPSOLR (free and PRO), ordered alphabetically. We do not favour those services over others, we have just been able to add them to our automated tests. If you think other services could be interesting, just let us know.

Also, you can watch a series of tutorials about creating an Elasticsearch index. The tutorials can be used for all the hosted services listed below. You just have to copy/paste your specific hosting credentials where required.


amazon.com/elasticsearch-service

Tested up to Elasticsearch 6.5
Tested with WPSOLR latest version.

 

 

You can read more details on the Amazon Elasticsearch documentation.

 


bonsai.io

Tested up to Elasticsearch 6.5.4
Tested with WPSOLR latest version.

 

You can read more details on the Bonsai Elasticsearch documentation.


cloudways.com/elasticsearch

Tested up to Elasticsearch 6.5.
Tested with Release 21.3.

 

You can read more details on the Cloudways Elasticsearch documentation.

 


compose.com/elasticsearch

Tested up to Elasticsearch 6.2.2.
Tested with Release 21.3.

You can read more details on the Compose Elasticsearch documentation.

 


elastic.co/cloud

Elastic is tested up to Elasticsearch 6.2.4
Tested with WPSOLR latest version

Watch how to retrieve your account parameters to create your first Elasticsearch index from the WPSOLR admin:

 


elasticpress.io

Tested up to Elasticsearch 5.5.2
Tested with WPSOLR latest version

Watch how to retrieve your account parameters to create your first Elasticsearch index from the WPSOLR admin:

 

You can read more details on the elasticpress.io integration.


searchly.com


Tested up to Elasticsearch 5.1.2
No attachments (the pipeline API appears to be not whitelisted)
Tested with WPSOLR latest version

 


wodby.com

Tested up to Elasticsearch 6.1.2
Tested with WPSOLR 20.5

Watch how to retrieve your Wodby account parameters to create your first Elasticsearch index from the WPSOLR admin

 


 

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