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CI Stands for Continuous Integration and CD stands for Continous Deployment.
There are different ways to communicate with Elasticsearch such as a standard rest client or a Java client for Elasticsearch. Some of the common clients include: jest client, Java API client from ES, low level Java client from ES and the latest high level client from ES. We will try to look into all of these in this book.
Amazon Elasticsearch Service (Amazon ES) is an AWS managed Elasticsearch on the AWS Cloud. You may read first read Elasticsearch Essentials to get familiarized with Elasticsearch in general.
After setting up Amazon ES you can practice the recipes available within notes at Elasticsearch Essentials (except the ones tagged explicitely as Elastic Cloud).
This is the final part in the Getting started series of notes. Getting started notes is aimed at achieving two associate certifications: Developer Associate and Architect Associate. This section will focus mostly on certification preparation and assume that you have gone through all other sections.
Will discuss about development and management tools such as CloudFormation, ElasticBeanstalk, CloudWatch, CloudTrail etc.
In this book, we will learn about the networking and content delivery services such as CloudFront, Route 53, VPC and Direct Connect. Route53 and VPC are important from certification perspective and hence we will go a bit deep into them than other topics. You can learn about hosting websites with Route 53, S3 and CloudFront here.
We will discuss about services such as SNS, SQS, SWF etc.