Version 8.1.1 of the Elastic Stack was released today. We recommend you upgrade to this latest version.
Elasticsearch now delivers geo data in the mapbox vector tile format, greatly improving the speed at which you can display geo-data on a map with Elastic Maps or third party apps. This post walks you through the API and includes a demo.
Recently released features in Elastic Maps give users new tools for visualizing geodata. From geo-annotations that you can draw on maps to using choropleth maps with machine learning anomaly detection, these newer features help users explore geodata
Tired of map boundaries such as zip and area codes? Now you can easily create maps in Kibana with the GeoIP processor in Elasticsearch. Learn about indexing geospatial data, creating and running a pipeline on your documents, and more.
Elastic Stack 7.7.1 has been released. Read about the updates and bug fixes that have been included.
Elastic Stack 6.8.10 has been released. Read about the updates and bug fixes that have been included.
Elastic Maps is now beta. Try new features like multiple layers, multiple data sources, individual document mapping, data-driven styling, and more.
Elastic Stack 6.6.1 and 5.6.15 have been released. Read about the updates and security fixes that have been included.
Elastic Stack 6.5.3 has been released. Learn more about the fixes it contains.
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