Output to Elasticsearch index
Ensure that you have an Elasticsearch connection with the correct permissions to write to your target bucket.
Once you have fulfilled the prerequisites, you can create an
INSERTjob as follows:
This example only demonstrates an example of all job options available when writing to Elasticsearch. Depending on your use case, you may want to configure a different set of options.
For the full list of job options with syntax and detailed descriptions, see: Elasticsearch transformation job options
Certain job options are considered mutable, meaning that in some cases, you can run a SQL command to alter an existing transformation job rather than having to create a new one.
For example, take the job we created as an example earlier:
If you wanted to keep the job as is but just change the cluster that is running the job, you can run the following command:
ALTER JOB insert_into_elasticsearch_index
SET COMPUTE_CLUSTER = high_memory_cluster;
If you no longer need a certain job, you can easily drop it with the following SQL command:
DROP JOB insert_into_elasticsearch_index;