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Connect openSUSE & Amazon Elasticsearch

Integrating openSUSE into a Amazon Elasticsearch Workflow

Elasticsearch is a search and analytics engine that allows users to store, search, and quickly analyze large volumes of data. You can use it alongside openSUSE and other servers. strongDM is compatible with all of your databases and servers, so you can monitor and control access to openSUSE machines and Elasticsearch data across your entire infrastructure.

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Use openSUSE with Amazon Elasticsearch
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Use openSUSE with Amazon Elasticsearch
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Connect openSUSE + Amazon Elasticsearch

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openSUSE 🤝 Amazon Elasticsearch

To set up one-click access to openSUSE and start integrating it into your Amazon Elasticsearch workflow, sign up for a free trial account on strongDM, then visit Setup Elasticsearch linked below.

To get started collecting access and session logs with openSUSE from Amazon Elasticsearch, sign up for a free trial account on strongDM, then visit Setup Elasticsearch linked below. 

To get started connecting openSUSE and Amazon Elasticsearch, sign up for a free trial account on strongDM, then visit Setup Elasticsearch linked below. 

Setup Elasticsearch
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openSUSE documentation
Amazon Elasticsearch Service documentation
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OpenSUSE

openSUSE

strongDM allows users to control access to openSUSE servers.

openSUSE (formerly SUSE Linux) is a Linux distribution well-suited to developers, sysadmins and desktop users looking for a stable operating system with some advanced features.

Elasticsearch

Amazon Elasticsearch

strongDM makes it easy to use Elasticearch by giving users 1-click access to their data without the need for passwords, SSH keys, or IP addresses.

Amazon Elasticsearch Service (Amazon ES) is a commercial product that helps users deploy, manage and secure their Elasticsearch clusters in the AWS cloud.

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