Both Java and Elasticsearch are popular elements within common technology stacks that companies use. Java is a programming language that was released back in 1996. Java is owned by Oracle and still in active development.
Elasticsearch is a young technology compared to Java — it was only released in 2010 (making it 14 years younger than Java). It’s gaining popularity quickly and is now used in many companies as a search engine.
Seeing how popular both are, many people and companies want to connect Java with Elasticsearch in order to develop their own search engine. In this article, I want to teach you how to connect Java Spring Boot 2 with Elasticsearch. We’ll learn how to create an API that’ll call Elasticsearch to produce results.
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