Adobe Commerce and Magento Open Source 2.4.3 supports using Amazon OpenSearch Service clusters. This service is the successor to Amazon Elasticsearch Service. This topic describes how to configure Commerce to use AWS OpenSearch, and how to migrate data from a local Elasticsearch or OpenSearch instance to an AWS OpenSearch cluster.
You must first establish an OpenSearch instance in AWS.
Read Creating and managing Amazon OpenSearch Service domains for detailed instructions.
Once everything is prepared on AWS, it is time to populate it with data.
For smaller installations, we recommended that you create indices directly on the AWS instance for the following reasons:
Larger installations may want to consider migrating their data indices from the existing instance to AWS. While this may reduce downtime, there is still a small risk of incompatibility issues due to differing versions between the old ElasticSearch server and AWS.
There is no need to migrate indexes, as these can be easily recreated on the AWS instance.
However, when migrating data indices, ensure that the versions of ElasticSearch/OpenSearch are compatible.
See Amazon’s Migrating to Amazon OpenSearch Service instructions for more information.
Steps for configuring OpenSearch are covered in the Advanced Install topic.
To test that the new configuration is working, test the OpenSearch endpoint directly:
Create a product in the Admin (For example: sku=“testproduct1”).
Reindex through the Admin.
Query the OpenSearch endpoint (found in AWS UI):
To get indices, append:
/_cat/indices/*?v=true to the URL:
<AWS OS endpoint>/_cat/indices/*?v=true
To get products from index, append:
/magento2docker_product_1/_search?q=* to the URL:
<AWS OS endpoint>/magento2docker_product_1/_search?q=testproduct1
For additional information, see the OpenSearch AWS documentation.