Linux Academy's Elastic Certification Preparation Course
Deploy, Configure, and Start an Elasticsearch Cluster That Satisfies a Given Set of Requirements
Define and Use an Index Template for a Given Pattern That Satisfies a Given Set of Requirements
Define and Use an Ingest Pipeline That Satisfies a Given Set of Requirements, Including the Use of Painless to Modify Documents
Configure an Index So That It Properly Maintains the Relationships of Nested Arrays of Objects
Configure a Cluster for Cross-Cluster Search and Execute a Search Query Across Multiple Clusters
Write and Execute a Search Query for Terms and/or Phrases in One or More Fields of an Index
Write and Execute a Search Query That Is a Boolean Combination of Multiple Queries and Filters
Elasticsearch has become a favorite technology of administrators, engineers, and developers alike. Whether you are using it with the rest of the Elastic Stack, or on its own, Elasticsearch is a powerful and user-friendly search and analytics engine. Log aggregation, operational analytics, application performance monitoring, NoSQL databases, site search, and ad-hoc data analysis are just a few of the many things Elasticsearch is used for. The Elastic Certified Engineer Certification was created to recognize IT professionals with expertise in Elasticsearch. An Elastic Certified Engineer can design and deploy a complete Elasticsearch solution.
DISCLAIMER: This is not an official Elastic Company course created by or approved by the Elastic Company. The Linux Academy is in no away affiliated with Elastic Company or ElasticSearch BPV.
We hardly used any slides in this course as our focus was towards hands-on content instead. However, here are the few slides and diagrams we did use.
Use this guide to refresh your knowledge on all the topics covered in this course while preparing for the exam.