In this video, walk through a typical installation on Windows of Elastic, Kibana, and the X-Pack.
- [Instructor] Okay, so now that we have…installed it for Mac, let's go ahead…and install it for Windows.…So the first thing you wanna do…when you install Elasticsearch on Windows…is you wanna make sure that you have…the 64-bit Java for Windows.…So if you don't, you're gonna get…a warning from Elasticsearch.…So make sure you go…to java.com/english/download/windows-64bit.…So once you get to the page,…make sure you agree and download the 64-bit Java.…Once you have that installed,…you can go to elasticsearch.co.…
Once you get to this page, click on downloads,…and then click on the quick-start guide.…And just below the two packages here,…the Windows and the Linux Mac one,…you have a link that's called…install with a package manager or Windows MSI.…Click on that,…and then find the MSI section here,…and click on Install Elasticsearch…with Windows MSI Installer.…And then scroll down 'til you see…the download the MSI package…for Elasticsearch version 6.3.0.…
It's possible that you have…a different version, that's fine too.…So click on here.…
- Why use the Elastic Stack?
- Installing the stack
- Working with the components of the stack
- Querying with Elasticsearch
- Logs with Logstash
- Visualizing with Kibana
- Troubleshooting resources
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1. Introduction to the Stack
2. Elements of the Stack
3. Use Cases
4. Troubleshooting the Stack
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