Free training fundamentals courses from Elastic Enterprise Search

We recently released new free on-demand Elastic training courses for the products in the Elastic Enterprise Search solution: Elastic Workplace Search and Elastic App Search.  Our on-demand courses provide the same immersive learning experience found in the classroom, but delivered in a convenient, remote environment. These self-paced courses include expertly designed materials, engaging demos, and […]

We recently released new free on-demand Elastic training courses for the products in the Elastic Enterprise Search solution: Elastic Workplace Search and Elastic App Search. 

Our on-demand courses provide the same immersive learning experience found in the classroom, but delivered in a convenient, remote environment. These self-paced courses include expertly designed materials, engaging demos, and hands-on lab exercises. They provide everything you need to start creating powerful search experiences for your workplace, websites, and apps.

Elastic Workplace Search and Elastic App Search are built on the Elastic Stack, so you can enjoy its speed, scale, and relevance without the heavy development and maintenance requirements of building your own search solution.

App Search Fundamentals

Elastic App Search easily implements powerful, modern, natural search experiences with pretuned relevance for your apps and websites. The goal of creating a search engine is to make sure your users get relevant results, while having the flexibility to tune these results based on your business needs.

The App Search Fundamentals course walks you through the critical skills for developing a great search experience. You’ll learn how to:

  • Set up a search engine
  • Ingest data
  • Navigate and use the search interface
  • Analyze user queries
  • Tune the search engine for your needs

After completing this course, you will be able to create a robust search experience for your users from scratch using Elastic Cloud. 

Workplace Search Fundamentals

Elastic Workplace Search provides a single search experience for your teams to search across all your content platforms, like Google Drive, Salesforce, and Confluence (to name just a few). The goal of creating a unified search experience is to make sure the users will find the information they’re looking for regardless of the location. 

The Workplace Search Fundamentals course walks you through the essential skills for developing a great unified search experience. You’ll learn how to synchronize data to Workplace Search and optimize the search experience for different members of your organization. After completing this course, you will be able to create a robust search experience unifying all the content sources using Elastic Cloud.

App Search Web Crawler Fundamentals

The Elastic App Search web crawler gives users another convenient content ingestion method — in addition to uploading or pasting JSON and through API endpoints. It’s a simple yet powerful way to ingest publicly available web content so it becomes instantly searchable on your website. The goal of creating a search engine is to make sure users get relevant results while giving you the flexibility to tune these results based on your business needs. 

The App Search Web Crawler Fundamentals course walks you through all the basics for ingesting web content into App Search. You will learn how to:

  • Set up a search engine
  • Ingest data using the web crawler
  • Monitor and debug the web crawler output
  • Use the search interface
  • Tune the search engine for your needs

After completing this course, you will be able to use existing web content to create a robust search experience for your users from scratch using Elastic Cloud. 

Learn more

You can find the fundamentals courses (and all the other training courses Elastic offers), Quick Start Guides, and how-to videos on the free training page. Free Elastic Cloud trials, which include Elastic Enterprise Search, are always available, no credit card required. You can also download and self-manage your deployment, if you prefer.
Source: Elastic