Today, we are pleased to announce the general availability of Elastic 8.8.
Elastic Search helps developers implement modern search and discovery experiences with Elasticsearch.
- Read about the general availability of Elastic native connectors, how to unlock performant semantic search, and more in the Elastic Search highlights blog or in the 8.8 release notes.
All of Elastic’s out-of-the box solutions are built on one platform — the Elasticsearch platform. All users, regardless of use case, benefit from core enhancements like our new Learned Sparse EncodeR model hosted by Elastic.
- Read more about how Elastic can fully support the latest generative AI models, tighter integration of ML into Kibana, and more in the Elasticsearch platform highlights blog, the Kibana/AI OPS blog, or in the 8.8 release notes.
Elastic Observability transforms metrics, logs, and traces into actionable IT insights to unify observability across the entire digital ecosystem.
- Read about the general availability of synthetics monitoring, how to ingest data directly into Elastic Cloud from Amazon Kinesis Data Firehose, and more in our Elastic Observability highlights blog or in the 8.8 release notes.
Elastic Security unifies SIEM, endpoint security, and cloud security to detect, investigate and respond to threats at cloud scale.
- Read about a new endpoint response capability to accelerate time to remediate and respond, improving data accuracy and streamlining alert triage, in our Elastic Security highlights blog or in the 8.8 release notes.
Ready to get started? Elastic 8.8 is now available on Elastic Cloud — the hosted Elasticsearch service that includes all of the new features in this latest release.
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.