Elasticsearch is an open-source product that allows scalable search and analytics. Known for its speed, scalability, distributed nature and simple REST APIs, it searches and visualizes data in real-time. This article will take you through the procedures involved in the configuration of Elasticsearch both during the installation of Magento and post the Magento installation.
The new release of Magento 2.4 on July 2020 comes with improvements to all the core functionalities (over 100 new fixes to the code, 30 security enhancements and resolution of 226 GitHub issues) that existed in the Magento 2.3.5 p1. Since CLI is the only way to install Magento 2.4, you’ll see how to install Magento 2.4 via Composer.
Elasticsearch is a free and open source analytics and full-text search engine, i.e. fully document-based rather than schema and tables. It is widely-used for enabling search functionality for applications, i.e to search various kinds of data such as products, blog posts, categories on a web-shop, blogs and other product-based sites and applications. In this article, you’ll go through how to install and configure Elasticsearch on Ubuntu 20.04