With enhancements to native vector search capabilities, smarter alert and incident management for AIOps, and an ever-expanding ecosystem of SOAR partnerships — Elastic 8.4 is helping the world’s leading organizations to search, solve, and succeed.
With Elastic Security for Cloud, new cloud-native integrations, and the ability to search and replicate data across hybrid environments — Elastic 8.3 is helping the world’s leading organizations to search, solve, and succeed in a cloud-first world.
By enabling our users to build seamless search experiences, accelerate troubleshooting of cloud-native services, and enhance the security analyst experience — Elastic 8.2 is helping the world’s leading organizations search, solve, and succeed.
With more data source integrations, new prebuilt detections, faster indexing speeds, reduced data storage requirements, and enhanced ad hoc analytics capabilities, 8.1 is here to help the world’s leading organizations search, solve, and succeed.
With a new approximate nearest neighbor search capability, native support for modern natural language processing models, and a streamlined security experience — Elastic 8.0 lays the foundation for the next generation of search-powered solutions.
With the general availability of new Elastic Agent integrations and deeper integration with ServiceNow ITSM, ITOM, and SecOps, Elastic 7.16 extends visibility into complex cloud-native services and streamlines workflows to drive results that matter.
With the general availability of the Elastic App Search web crawler and tighter integrations with Google Cloud, Elastic 7.15 enables users to more quickly create powerful new search experiences and streamline the monitoring of cloud native services.
Elasticsearch 7.9.0 is here! Introducing data streams to simplify ingest, a new wildcard data type for smarter search — and EQL, a powerful, battle-tested language for threat hunting and more.
Elasticsearch 7.8.0 is here! Featuring enhancements to geospatial aggregations (to support geoshapes), a new t-test metrics aggregation, reduced aggregation memory consumption, and more.