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This page describes how to configure Elasticsearch credentials for use by Census as a source and why those permissions are needed.
Census lets you select an Elasticsearch instance to treat as a source for your syncs.
In order to sync data from Elasticsearch, Census needs your deployment url, port, username, and password. This walks you through the step by step of setting this up.

🔩 Create an Elasticsearch connection

Adding the Elasticsearch Connection
  • Enter into your Elastic search instance. Click on the deployment name such that it takes you to a url that looks like click on the following button to copy your Elasticsearch endpoint string to your clipboard
Click this button, to paste it to the clipboard
  • Copy and paste this in the "Server Hostname" field. Then take off the :1234 part at the end to paste those four digits in the "Server Port" field. The user and password are the same from logging into your account. Click Save Connection.
This is the Connection credentials setting
You're all set! Click "test connection" and you can query this from the models tab and use it as a source for syncing data to our library of destinations.
If you have any questions during setup, or have a use case that is not covered, please write us in-app or send us an email via [email protected]

💡 Notes

🚦Advanced Network Configuration

Census can successfully connect to Elasticsearch instances that are using advanced networking controls including region constraints and IP address allow lists. For more information, see our Network Access Controls documentation.

🚑 Need help connecting to Elasticsearch?

Contact us via [email protected] or start a conversation with us via the in-app chat.