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These words confer their common meaning when discussing [Elasticsearch](http://www.elasticsearch.org/guide/en/elasticsearch/reference/current/glossary.html): * **Documents:** "A document is a JSON document which is stored in elasticsearch. It is like a row in a table in a relational database." An analogue for an Elasticsearch document would be a database record. * **Primary shards:** "Each document is stored in a single primary shard. When you index a document, it is indexed first on the primary shard, then on all replicas of the primary shard." When you provision a cluster, you will need to add at least one index to it; an index is a "logical namespace which maps to one or more primary shards." See more at [What are shards and replicas?](what-are-shards-and-replicas) * **Memory:** This is the amount of memory that is allocated to your cluster. * **Capacity:** This is the amount of disk storage that is allocated to your cluster.