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Elasticsearch at Alpha Hosting

At Alpha Hosting, we know that Elasticsearch is extremely important to your ecommerce site. To make things easier for our clients we have decided to include Elasticsearch in all our Cloud Hosting packages. To get started click here to view our Cloud Hosting packages, or if you already are a client reach out and we help you get set up!

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What Is Elasticseach? Why Use Elasticsearch? How Do I Install Elasticsearch?

What is Elasticsearch?

Elasticsearch is an open sourced search engine providing websites with a smarter search interface. It is the most popular enterprise search engine in the industry and is used by companies worldwide. Elasticsearch provides scalable, real-time search that quickly indexed a site's catalog bringing users the best results. Alpha Hosting is proud to provide elasticsearch to ensure our clients have the best technology for the lowest price.

Why Use Elasticsearch?

Elasticsearch is the fastest product on the market today. It not only provides full-text search, but it also can learn mistakes like typos to ensure users always get results. This interface has been programed to make load time as short as possible while continually learning your new content.

When you purchase a cloud hosting package elasticsearch is included. To activate, head to your Client Portal > Services > Actions > Elastic Search: Service Information. Here you will find the IP address and port number. When you install your elasticsearch plugin you will need to input these. Click the title for a video tutorial.

When you purchase a cloud hosting package elasticsearch is included. To activate, head to your Client Portal > Services > Actions > Elastic Search: Service Information. Here you will find the IP address and port number. You will need these to activate elasticsearch on your site. Click the title for a video tutorial.