Elastic N.V. (NYSE: ESTC), the company behind Elasticsearch and the Elastic Stack, announced the general availability of its Elasticsearch Service on GCP Marketplace.
Earlier this year, we announced a deeper partnership with Google to make our Elasticsearch Service on Elastic Cloud more accessible to Google Cloud Platform (GCP) users. Today, we are excited to see the first milestone in this initiative realized: the general availability of the Elasticsearch Service on GCP Marketplace following a successful beta with key customers. GCP customers can now subscribe to Elastic's Elasticsearch Service through GCP Marketplace, simplifying procurement with consolidated billing through their GCP account. Also, GCP customer consumption of the Elasticsearch Service via the marketplace counts toward GCP committed use.
GCP users can now subscribe to the Elasticsearch Service through the GCP Marketplace and get access to the same exclusive features that only Elastic can offer, including Elastic SIEM, APM, Logs, Metrics, and more.
"The release of billing integration for the Elasticsearch Service on the GCP marketplace gives our users a simple path to consume the Elasticsearch Service from their Google Cloud account. We're committed to providing our mutual customers with the best possible experience on Google Cloud. This is one of several key benefits ensuring seamless interoperability that is a result of our collaboration,” said Manvinder Singh, Director, Partnerships at Google Cloud.
Billing is great — what's next?
We plan to continue releasing new Elasticsearch Service regions on GCP, broaden billing integration, and collaborate with Google to achieve native GCP Console integration — all in service of providing the best possible Elastic Cloud experience for GCP customers.
Getting started with the Elasticsearch Service on GCP Marketplace
GCP customers can visit the GCP Marketplace page to get started and subscribe today. Current Elasticsearch Service customers on GCP will need to create a new account through the marketplace to take advantage of the billing integration and migrate their deployment.
If you are looking to migrate your deployments, check out our documentation, with more details in our migration webinar. We strive to make migration as simple as possible and if you have questions, we're here to help.
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