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Deploying an Elasticsearch cluster using Rancher Catalog

Elasticsearch is a Lucene-based search engine developed by the open-source vendor, elastic. With principal features like scalability, resiliency, and top-notch performance, it has overtaken Apache Solr, one of its closest competitors.

Nowadays, Elasticsearch is almost everywhere where a search engine is involved: it’s the E of the well-known ELK stack, which makes it straightforward for your project to process analytics (the L stands for Logstash which is used to process data like logs, streams, metrics; K stands for Kibana, a data visualization platform – projects also managed by elastic).

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Before we get started, let me tell you a bit about the Rancher catalog.

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The Rancher catalog uses rancher-compose and docker-compose to ease the installation of whatever tool you need. Using the Rancher catalog, you can deploy everything from a simple app like ghost (blogging platform) to a full CI/CD stack like GoCD. Continue reading
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