Elastic Security 8.6 improves investigation and response across a unified SIEM, endpoint security, and cloud security solution
Elastic Security 8.6 helps security practitioners investigate and respond to threats quickly at cloud scale with SIEM, cloud security, and endpoint security. It includes new data sources, expanded detection content, and improved SOC workflows.
Elastic Observability 8.6: Maximizing operational efficiencies with improved application analysis and workflow integrations
Elastic Observability 8.6 introduces new host observability and application dependency operations views, providing key insights into complex, distributed environments. In addition, the connector for OpsGenie is now generally available.
Elastic Stack 8.6 delivers significant savings on metrics storage. Enhancements make vector search easier and more compact. Take action faster with ad hoc data views, more alerting and case management capabilities, and an Opsgenie connector.
Featuring streamlined incident management capabilities and a cohort of improvements that accelerate time to insights and boost storage efficiency — Elastic 8.6 is here to help the world’s leading organizations to search, solve, and succeed.
Build robust search experiences, reduce time to observability, and streamline security workflows with Elastic 8.5
Elastic 8.5 introduces a set of new capabilities to the Elastic Search Platform. Learn how you can search smarter using vector search with hybrid ranking, gain complete visibility into your entire .NET application ecosystem in minutes, and more.
Elastic Security furthers unification of SIEM and on-host protection with XDR, cloud, and endpoint security
Elastic 8.5 introduces a broad new set of capabilities in Elastic Security including Cloud Security features going to General Availability, Output functionality in Workloads, One Click Risk Score, Case Assignments and many more.
Elastic Stack 8.5 has more ways to collaborate and annotate, plus root cause analysis for AIOps. Unlock new potential with vector search using HNSW (now GA). For cloud deployments, leverage simplified health monitoring to get up and running, fast.