We’re pleased to announce you can now run Elastic Cloud on Google Cloud in the following regions:
- Europe West 9 (Paris)
- Asia Pacific Southeast 2 (Jakarta)
Elastic® helps you enhance customer and employee search experiences, keep mission-critical applications running smoothly, and protect against cyber threats, at scale, in real time.
- Easily search applications, websites, and workplace content platforms for information
- Quickly gain deep insights into your environment by monitoring applications and uptime as well as analyzing centralized logs and metrics
- Protect your technology investment by layering endpoint security with security event monitoring
Elastic Cloud helps you lower your total cost of ownership with cloud-native features and reduces operational overhead by handling the maintenance, upgrades, and security patches.
Elastic Cloud gives you the flexibility to run where and how you want. Deploy in the cloud on Google Cloud, Microsoft Azure, Amazon Web Services, or all the above. You can choose between our managed service offering, or manage the service yourself with built-in automation and orchestration tools.
When you log in to the Elastic Cloud console, simply select your preferred region and cloud service provider and choose how you want to optimize your deployment based on the compute, memory, or I/O requirements of your specific use case. Once you click “Create deployment,” your Elastic Cloud workload is provisioned in minutes.
Visit our documentation to learn more.
If you are a Google Cloud customer, you can also subscribe to Elastic Cloud (Elasticsearch® managed service) via the Google Cloud Marketplace. You can select between usage plans and your Google Cloud Marketplace purchase of Elastic will be included in your monthly consolidated billing statement. Plus, your investment in Elastic will draw against your cloud purchase commitment. You can monitor and analyze your Elastic spend from the billing and usage page within the Elastic Cloud Console.
The release and timing of any features or functionality described in this post remain at Elastic's sole discretion. Any features or functionality not currently available may not be delivered on time or at all.