# SearchBlox for On-Prem OpenSearch
SearchBlox Enterprise Search Solution allows you to integrate with the OpenSearch On-Prem solution.
SearchBlox allows you to rapidly deploy high-performance search-based applications.
Search data from 326+ data sources within internal and external connectors
Web Admin Console with User Management (SearchBlox Realm/LDAP-AD/Okta)
Support for 36 languages and 33+ document formats
REST API for programmatic crawling/indexing/administration/search/queries
Collection, Document, and Field Level Security with [Encryption](🔗)
Embed Search Results widget anywhere
Available for on-premise or cloud deployment
Once you deploy SearchBlox on Windows, CentOS/RHEL or Ubuntu, or Amazon Linux 2, configure your elasticsearch path with the user credentials for SearchBlox to use OpenSearch.
SearchBlox will also work with the latest Elasticsearch **v7.10.2** for **OpenSearch**
Create a new deployment for Elasticsearch v7.10.2 on OpenSearch and copy the **Elasticsearch location**, username and password.
Update the elasticsearch information on your SearchBlox installation and restart SearchBlox service as shown in the following.
Edit the file <SEARCHBLOX_INSTALLATION_PATH>/webapps/ROOT/WEB-INF/searchblox.yml to update the elasticsearch path, username and password. Here we provided a sample searchblox.yml configuration below: `
searchblox.deployment.type: onPrem` `
searchblox.elasticsearch.host: localhost` `
searchblox.elasticsearch.port: 9200` `
searchblox.elasticsearch.basic.username: admin` `
searchblox.elasticsearch.basic.password: admin` `
Start OpenSearch through Terminal and make sure it is accessible before starting the SearchBlox service.
Restart the SearchBlox service and wait for 30 seconds to access your [SearchBlox Admin Console](🔗).