Elastic Cloud customers can now ingest data more simply, quickly, and securely, and the latest updates to the core Elastic Stack provide users with new tools for maximizing performance and exploring their data.
With the enhanced geospatial capabilities in Elasticsearch 7.14, the Elastic Stack is even more of a geo powerhouse. Users can now define geo_shape field types on the fly, take advantage of faster aggregation performance, and more.
In 7.13, we’re thrilled to announce the general availability of the frozen tier, the ability to search petabytes of data stored on object storage within minutes and the end-to-end solution with supervised machine learning.
In 7.12, we’re thrilled to be releasing the technical preview of the frozen tier, a feature that allows you to search object stores like S3 directly so you can store and search an unlimited amount of data at the lowest cost possible.
In 7.12, we’re thrilled to announce the general availability runtime fields, Elastic's implementation of schema on read. Plus, the frozen tier, now in technical preview, allows you to search directly on object storage like S3.
In 7.11, we’re thrilled to release the beta of runtime fields, Elastic's implementation of schema on read. You now have the best of both — the performance and scale you expect from schema on write, combined with the flexibility with schema on read.
Elasticsearch 7.10.0 is here! Featuring searchable snapshots which is the beginning journey to searchable S3, stored field compression to save up to 10% on index size, Event Query Language for security use cases, and more.