See elasticvue in action.
Elasticvue displays the response of both endpoints for node information and the whole cluster health.
You can view every node in your cluster in a table or grid view.
You can chose between table and grid views to display names, roles, utilization and more.
You can view your current shard allocations and also relocate shards to different nodes.
You can manually create and manage your indices. This includes viewing index settings and stats or opening and closing the index.
Elasticvue provides a frontend for you to quickly add & remove aliases for you indices.
You can search documents and view the results in a fully featured table, including sorting, filtering and pagination.
You can also adjust the generated query when you need additional control.
Elasticvue has a gui to query your cluster via direct HTTP requests. You can also view and re-use your query history.
Manage repositories and snapshots right in your browser. You can create, delete and restore snapshots based on index patterns.
The provided utilities help you to quickly clean your clusters data during development. You can also add some test data.
You can configure a custom regex to hide indices that you don' usually need.
You can also import & export your elasticvue data if you frequently switch devices or browsers.