I understand that there is a jetty plugin for elasticsearch, which enables
us to run ES in a jetty container instead of using Netty for HTTP.
Is there a way for us to bundle elasticsearch and run it on an existing
jetty instance, instead of spawning a new jetty instance?
The idea is for us to use a wrapper REST service (which contains business
model and logic), that talks to elasticsearch for indexing and searching
We may want to interact with ES cluster using the Java Client from the
wrapper REST service
For the monitoring and administration, we may want to enable HTTP in a
single node, and run it on the container where the wrapper REST service
Suggestions or experiences will greatly help!
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