Elasticsearch With Docker: It Was Much Easier Than You Thought.

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1- Use docker image from Elastic public repository

2- Use a specific version of Elasticsearch and stick with that

3- Use only one node while you’re in development or for testing purposes

4- Understand and choose carefully your Elasticearch docker parameters

- memlock:

ulimits:
memlock:
soft: -1
hard: -1

- discovery.type=single-node:

-bootstrap.memory_lock=true:

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Certified AWS Solution Architect, Fullstack Software Engineer & DevOps. I like Solving Challenging Software Engineering Problems & Building Amazing Solutions.

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