Interact with a specific Elasticsearch cluster directly from the Elasticsearch Service Console without having to authenticate again. This RESTful API access is limited to the specific cluster and works only for Elasticsearch API calls.
You are unable to make Elasticsearch Service platform changes from the Elasticsearch API.
- Log in to the Elasticsearch Service Console.
Find your deployment on the home page in the Elasticsearch Service card and click the gear icon to access it directly. Or, select Elasticsearch Service to go to the deployments page to view all of your deployments.
On the deployments page you can narrow your deployments by name, ID, or choose from several other filters. To customize your view, use a combination of filters, or change the format from a grid to a list.
- From the Elasticsearch menu, go to the API Console page.
Make a selection from the operation drop-down list and complete the path.
For example, select
GET, then use the
_cluster/health?pretty=truepath for cluster status and other pertinent details.
If needed, add the body information.
To display the body area, select PUT, POST, or DELETE from the drop-down list.
- Select Submit.
The results of the API operation are displayed, along with the time it took to complete the operation.
To learn more about what kinds of Elasticsearch API calls you can make from the Cloud UI, check the Elasticsearch Reference.
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