Elasticsearch is a Magento search engine that helps your customers to find their desired product in the shortest time. A powerful Elasticsearch is a crucial element and has a lot of benefits for your eCommerce store, searches show that customers who use Elasticsearch to find a product are 200% more likely to make a purchase than other customers.
In this step, to configure Elasticsearch in Magento 2.4 go to the AdminPanel
Navigate to Stores> Configuration.
In the Configuration page, from the left sidebar, expand Catalog and select Catalog.
Then scroll down and find the Search engine like the picture below.
In the Search Engine field, select the version of Elasticsearch that you installed on the server.
In the Search Engine field, Select the version of Elasticsearch that you installed on the server. To do that, note that you have already cleared the check box of the use system value.
Write the Elasticsearch Server Hostname and Elasticsearch Server Port.
For the Elasticsearch Index Prefix field specify a prefix.
Select yes for the enable Elasticsearch HTTP Auth field and enter the user name and password for the next fields.
Elasticsearch Server Timeout field is 15 by default, you can change it and enter the number of seconds before the system times out.
After that click on the Test Connection button.
Finally, click on Save Config to save the changes.
If you have done the above steps, now you have installed Elasticsearch. Elasticsearch has a lot of strengths and is already being utilized by thousands of eCommerce businesses. Elasticsearch makes it easy to display products, Improves response times, and boosts your online store sale so it is so useful for Magento stores.
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