These steps walk you through installing the Elasticsearch Add-On for Heroku from the Heroku CLI. You can either install the latest default version of the add-on or you can install a specific version and include plugins at the same time.
Before you beginedit
The installation steps in this section assume that you have a basic working knowledge of the Heroku CLI and are familiar with using the command line. To work with the Elasticsearch Add-On for Heroku from the command line, you need to have the Heroku CLI already installed.
If you prefer to install the add-on through your web browser, go to the Elasticsearch add-on page in the Elements Marketplace, select Install Elasticsearch, pick the add-on plan you want, and select Provision add-on.
To install the latest add-on for MY_APP using the Heroku CLI:
heroku addons:create foundelasticsearch --app MY_APP
After the Elasticsearch Add-On for Heroku gets added, you can find the canonical URL you use to access your newly provisioned cluster in the configuration for the app. Look for the
FOUNDELASTICSEARCH_URL setting when you grep on the output of the
heroku config command:
heroku config --app MY_APP | grep FOUNDELASTICSEARCH_URL FOUNDELASTICSEARCH_URL: https://74f176887fdef36bb51e6e37nnnnnnnn.us-east-1.aws.found.io
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