Elastic Branding

The Dos, Don’ts, and Downloads

Welcome to our mini guide for using Elastic logos and company boilerplate. Before you dive into goodness below, here are a few guidelines to help you share the Elastic <3 successfully.

(And, if you fancy, we have legal details on trademarks.)
Please Do...
  • Use the logos to link to the Elastic website
  • Use the product logos to represent your integration with our open source stack
  • Use the logos in a blog post or news item about our products
  • Share pictures with the logo(s) while skateboarding, exploring new lands, etc.
Kindly Don't…
  • Use the wordmarks without the logo marks or vice versa
  • Create any modified versions of the logos
  • Integrate our logos into your own logo
  • Change the colors, dimensions, or add your own text or images
  • Use them in a way that confuses Elastic with another brand

Elastic Logos

Elastic Product Logos

Elastic Company Boilerplate

Full-Length Boilerplate

If you require a shorter version or a version in another language, please contact us.

Elastic builds software to make data usable in real time and at scale for search, logging, security, and analytics use cases. Founded in 2012, the company develops the open source Elastic Stack (Elasticsearch, Kibana, Beats, and Logstash), X-Pack (commercial features), and Elastic Cloud (a SaaS offering). To date, there have been more than 225 million cumulative downloads. The Elastic community is 100,000 members strong. Thousands of organizations including Cisco, eBay, Goldman Sachs, NASA, Microsoft, Mayo Clinic, The New York Times, Wikipedia, and Verizon use Elastic to power mission-critical systems. Backed by Benchmark Capital, Index Ventures, and NEA with more than $100 million in funding, Elastic has a distributed workforce with more than 800 employees in 30 countries. Learn more at elastic.co.

Still have questions?

Not to worry. We love a good query. Contact us at brand‑requests@elastic.co.