Django/django-elasticsearch-dsl

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Haystack does not yet support Elasticsearch 6.x and up. Please ensure your Bonsai cluster version is 5.x or less.

Users of Django/django-elasticsearch-dsl can easily integrate with Bonsai Elasticsearch! This library is built on top of elasticsearch-dsl which is built on top of the low level elasticsearch-py maintained by Elastic.

Let’s get started:

Adding the libraries

You’ll need to add the django-elasticsearch-dsl library to your  requirements.txt file:

django-elasticsearch-dsl>=0.5.1
elasticsearch-dsl>=6.0,<6.2

Full Instructions can be found here

Connecting to Bonsai

Bonsai requires basic authentication for all read/write requests. You’ll need to configure the client so that it includes the username and password when communicating with the cluster. We recommend adding the cluster URL to an environment variable,  BONSAI_URL, to avoid hard-coding your authentication credentials.

The following code is a good starter for integrating Bonsai Elasticsearch into your app:

ES_URL = urlparse(os.environ.get('BONSAI_URL') or 'http://127.0.0.1:9200/')

ELASTICSEARCH_DSL={
    'default': {
        'hosts': ES_URL
    },
}<br>

Note about ports

The sample code above uses port 443, which is the default for the https:// protocol. If you’re not using SSL/TLS and want to use http:// instead, change this value to 80.