Engineering

A simplified stack monitoring experience in Elastic Cloud on Kubernetes

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..

Learn now Elastic Observability can be used with OpenTelemetry instrumentation to do distributed tracing of your applications that utilise AWS Lambdas and other technologies...

In this series of blogs we will provide an overview of our architecture, what data we send to our clusters, how and why we use Cross Cluster Search with the Security and Machine Learning (ML) applications, and how we tune, manage and notify...

Engineering

Elastic on Elastic: Deep dive into our SIEM architecture

Asjad Athick, Elastic Technical Account Manager (TAM) and Nikki Jones, Manager, Customer Success Marketing & Enablement explore how the strategic work Asjad performs as a TAM, drives customers to realize their business outcomes...

Kibana advanced analytics features enable you to tackle time series and geospatial data questions. Learn how to use formulas for calculations like ratios, week over week, deviations, and others — plus Elastic Maps tips for time / space questions...

Engineering

Establish robust threat intelligence with Elastic Security

With Elastic 7.14, the filestream input is now generally available in Filebeat, offering better support for reading active log files, faster registry updates, improved cooperation with external log rotation tools, and more...

Elasticsearch 7.14 introduces a new field type called match_only_text, which can be used as a drop-in replacement for the text field type in logging datasets and leads to a 10% reduction of storage requirements...

Elastic Agent, Fleet, and our first integrations are now generally available. Our unified agent will simplify data onboarding and security. Easily manage many thousands of agents at scale with Fleet, and add integrations in a single click...