Monitoring and Administering Elasticsearch
Diagnose and Troubleshoot Elasticsearch Clusters
Our Elasticsearch training classes have a 4.67/5 rating based on 15 reviews
- 2-hour online training
- A digital copy of the training material
- Docker Compose files, configs, scripts, etc.
- Certificate of Completion
Next Class: Sept 25 See Upcoming Classes
Full day classes available upon request
Looking for a more general and extended knowledge-based Elasticsearch training?
Who should attend?
This Elasticsearch online course is designed for anyone operating Elasticsearch clusters:
- A good understanding of core concepts (indices, shards, replicas, nodes) is required
- This class dives deep under the hood of how Elasticsearch uses system resources, how nodes communicate to each other, etc.
What attendees say
Sematext was an ideal training partner for Parse.ly. We had just recently adopted Elasticsearch on a new project, and they gave us two days of solid training that was tailored to our team’s needs. The material was built atop strong foundations and moved quickly into advanced areas around querying, Lucene internals, and cluster performance. It was clear that it was all informed by real-world experience operating these systems at scale.
- Using and understanding the health and stats APIs and their outputs
- Overview of the most important Cat APIs and metrics they provide
- How, when, and why to collect hot threads
- Which metrics to monitor, how to interpret them, and what actions they call for
- Configure logging and using slowlogs to catch non-performant queries
- Using CAT APIs to get information about the current state of the cluster
- Fetching the cluster state to estimate load on master nodes
- Configuring logging and slowlogs
- Predefining index mappings and settings through templates
- Moving queries from code to configuration via search templates
- Identify and cancel long-running operations via task management
- How to do cluster restarts properly to minimize downtime and inconsistencies
- Rolling upgrades vs full cluster upgrades. When to do which.
- How snapshots work and how to perform them to minimize backup time and data loss
- Control chatter between nodes through allocation settings: options and trade-offs
- Setting up multiple index templates with different orders
- Making sure cluster starts recovery when enough nodes are up
- Avoiding the domino effect when a node goes down via allocation settings
- Cat APIs and JSON APIs
- Which Elasticsearch metrics to watch and alert on
- Logging, slow logs
- Index and search templates
- Snapshot and restore
- Elasticsearch cluster restarts and upgrades
Pick from a wide range of short (2h), use case focused classes to match your exact needs. Delivery method: Live Online. Time: 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM ET.
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