In this video, go over the resources available when you need help with Elastic.
- So, what should you do if you've gone through…the installation steps explained earlier,…but the install fails?…Let's look at a few resources where you can get help…for troubleshooting your issues.…The first, and the obvious one, are the Docs.…So go to elastic.co/guide/index.html.…And once you get to that site you'll get…documentations for all the parts of Elastic.…So, the first one will give you some introduction…about the Elastic Stack,…if you scroll you'll see Elasticsearch,…X-Pack, the Cloud part,…Kibana, Logstash, Beats, Swiftype, APM,…and even in other languages.…
So if you're struggling with Elastic,…I would start here.…The second part would be to go to any meetups…or tradeshows or conferences.…So anyone who gets some information on future versions…or conversions of Elastic go through these conferences.…There's also some global community groups,…and you can also go to the social media.…So if you're on Facebook or LinkedIn,…you can literally go to the actual page…and get involved with the community.…
The other place that is often used by…
- 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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DevOps Foundations: Monitoring and Observabilitywith Ernest Mueller2h 12m Intermediate
1. Introduction to the Stack
2. Elements of the Stack
3. Use Cases
4. Troubleshooting the Stack
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