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How to Set up OpenSearch Cluster in 60 Seconds?

The OpenSearch Cluster is like a search engine that's free and made by a group of people. It's perfect for looking up things or analyzing logs. It helps you search, group, see, and understand data easily. OpenSearch is safe and works well for searching and analyzing. You can also add more features to it if you want.

Here's how to set it up:

Step 1: Log in to your account.

Step 2: Click "New Environment" at the top left of the screen.

Step 3: Choose "NoSQL," then pick "OpenSearch" and your desired version. We're using OpenSearch 2.9.0 as an example.

The system will automatically set it up as a group of computers (cluster) because of a special feature.

Step 4: Click on the OpenSearch you added under "NoSQL."

Step 5: This turns on OpenSearch Dashboards.

Step 6: You can also turn on Logstash and Public IPv4 addresses.

Step 7: You can scale the OpenSearch application vertically and horizontally. Here, we have scaled the OpenSearch application as horizontal.

Step 8: Click the "Create" button to make an OpenSearch setup. It might take a little while.

Step 9: You'll see OpenSearch Dashboards and Logstash in the "Name" part once set up.

You'll also get an email at your regular email address with info on how to log in to the OpenSearch Stack.

Step 10: Open your favorite web browser and use the info from the email to get into the OpenSearch Stack.

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