ElasticSearch Production Checklist

Darren Perucci has a checklist for spinning up a production ElasticSearch environment:

When you are looking for a node or a cluster, it is a good idea to have a name which describes what you will need to find and separates one from another.

The default cluster name of “elasticsearch ” could allow any nodes to join the cluster, even if this was not intended. Thus, it is a good idea to give the cluster a distinct identifier instead.

There are a few things to think about in this post.

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