Explore the documents, drilling down into individual fields. Create, delete or update them with a built-in editor.
Manage the schemas across the documents in the cluster. Update number of replicas, aliases and indexing setting.
Manage multiple servers via http, https, proxy. Fully compatible with current and legacy ElasticSearch versions.
Export, import and clone the indices. Copy to another ElasticSearch server or import from SQL databases.
Execute ElasticSearch commands directly instead of assembling them for a command line.
Discover real-time statistics of the cluster such as Indices, Filesystem, Documents and Memory.
ElasticSearch itself does not have a Graphical User Interface to communicate with the cluster.
You may choose one of several visualisation tools that can provide desired management and querying functionality.
All of them are Web-based, in the form of a plugin, a standalone installation or a hosted service.
Kaizen is written in JavaFX as a cross-platform desktop application, a GUI for Windows, Mac and Linux. Kaizen does not require any installation privileges. You may try its functionality on your ElasticSearch clusters immediately. We widely use Kaizen in-house, recommend to our partners and continuously improve it every week. Give us your feedback!