Articles by Shubha Anjur Tupil
Senior Product Manager, Elastic
Making deployment health on Elastic Cloud better, one error at a time
Improved deployment health experience on Elastic Cloud, including impact areas and troubleshooting steps for errors.
Secure your deployments on Elastic Cloud with Google Cloud Private Service Connect
The Google Cloud Private Service Connect integration with Elastic Cloud is now generally available. Elastic Cloud VPC connectivity is now available to all customers across all subscription tiers on AWS, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud.
Changes to support for ciphers used to connect to Elasticsearch Service
We are deprecating support for ciphers that are considered weak and will update the list of ciphers supported to connect to Elasticsearch Service to include the Mozilla Intermediate ciphers after January 30, 2022.
Secure your deployments on Elastic Cloud with Azure Private Link
Announcing the Azure Private Link integration with Elastic Cloud, which provides an additional layer of security to for your security policy and compliance requirements. Learn to configure Private Link access between your VNET and Elastic Cloud.
Migrating the Certificate Authority (CA) for Elasticsearch Service to Let’s Encrypt
To ensure that customers have the most secure way to run their workloads in the cloud, we are migrating the the Certificate Authority for Elasticsearch Service from DigiCert to LetsEncrypt.
Elastic Cloud on Kubernetes is now a Red Hat OpenShift Certified Operator
Elastic Cloud on Kubernetes (ECK), the official Elastic Operator, is now a Red Hat OpenShift Certified Operator
New on Elastic Cloud: AWS PrivateLink and IP filtering
Today we are pleased to announce new traffic management features for Elastic Cloud: IP filtering within your Elastic Cloud deployment on Amazon Web Services (AWS), Google Cloud, and Microsoft Azure, and AWS PrivateLink integration.
Deadline extended for end of support for TLS 1.0/1.1 and unencrypted (plaintext HTTP) traffic to Elasticsearch Service
We've extended the timeline to July 21, 2020 for ending support for TLS 1.0/1.1 and unencrypted (plaintext HTTP) traffic to Elasticsearch Service.