When comparing dejavu vs ElasticHQ, the Slant community recommends ElasticHQ for most people. In the question“What are the best Elasticsearch GUI clients?” ElasticHQ is ranked 3rd while dejavu is ranked 6th. The most important reason people chose ElasticHQ is:
ElasticHQ is easy to install and accessible from your browser. Can be installed in just 2 commands and will remain running until shutdown. Installation docs can be found [here.](https://github.com/ElasticHQ/elasticsearch-HQ)
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Pro Free and open source
Dejavu is completely free and open source and it's released under the MIT License.
Dejavu is available as a web app, a docker image or as a chrome extension.
Pro Can create filtered and query views
Import data that can be browsed to see filtered and query views of it.
Pro Search preview
Can generate a functional react web app for search preview for seeing dataset relevancy.
Pro Quick UI Preview
Allows you to quickly put together a search application from one index.
Pro Supports importing JSON and CSV files
Pro Export data in JSON and CSV formats
Pro Has infinite scroll with progressive loading of rows
Pro Supports local filters
Pro Installation is easy
ElasticHQ is easy to install and accessible from your browser. Can be installed in just 2 commands and will remain running until shutdown. Installation docs can be found here.
Pro Most comprehensive set of tools
Can manage and keep track of ES Datasets in real time, is cloud-ready and has been battle-tested by multiple large companies.
Pro Real-Time Monitoring
ElasticHQ allows you to view real-time threads, individual cluster nodes, cluster runtime metrics, and configurations.
Pro Cloud ready
Can be deployed on AWS, Azure and any other cloud service.
Pro Open source
Licensed under Apache 2 can be used and re-distributed without complications.
Pro Cluster management
Complete control over clusters, nodes, indexes, and mappings.
Con Does not work with aliases
It would be more awesome if it could also consume aliases