Elastic Certified Engineer Exam – Part 1

Hands-On Lab

 

Photo of Myles Young

Myles Young

BigData Training Architect II in Content

Length

04:00:00

Difficulty

Advanced

In Part 1 of the Elastic Certified Engineer preparation exam, we will practice the following objectives: Deploy and start an Elasticsearch cluster that satisfies a given set of requirements Configure the nodes of a cluster to satisfy a given set of requirements Secure an Elasticsearch cluster using X-Pack Security Define role-based access control using X-Pack Security Define an index that satisfies a given set of requirements Define and use index aliases Define and use an index template for a given pattern that satisfies a given set of requirements Define and use a dynamic template that satisfies a given set of requirements Define a mapping that satisfies a given set of requirements Define and use a custom analyzer that satisfies a given set of requirements Define and use multi-fields with different data types and/or analyzers Configure an index so that it properly maintains the relationships of nested arrays of objects Configure an index that implements a parent/child relationship Allocate the shards of an index to specific nodes based on a given set of requirements * Configure a cluster for use with a hot/warm architecture

What are Hands-On Labs?

Hands-On Labs are scenario-based learning environments where learners can practice without consequences. Don't compromise a system or waste money on expensive downloads. Practice real-world skills without the real-world risk, no assembly required.