Considerations for Elasticsearch in the Cloud

Many folks in the Elastic community run Elasticsearch clusters on Amazon Web Services (AWS). AWS is a convenient way to provision and scale machine resources in response to changing business requirements. Learn how to get your Elasticsearch cluster up and running on AWS either on your own or through Elastic’s hosted and managed offering, Elastic Cloud.

In this webinar, Dara Gies, Sr. Product Marketing Manager, will give an overview of considerations for deploying Elasticsearch on AWS, as well as selecting the right AWS instance and configuring your Elasticsearch nodes for AWS.

Uri Cohen, Sr. Director, Product Management for Elastic Cloud, will then give an overview of the Elastic’s Cloud offering. Uri will discuss getting started and scaling Elastic Cloud.

Want to learn more about the differences between the Amazon Elasticsearch Service and our official Elasticsearch Service? Visit our AWS Elasticsearch comparison page.



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Uri Cohen

A product manager by profession and an engineer at heart, Uri is Sr. Director, Product Management for Elastic Cloud and Elastic Cloud Enterprise. His background includes engineering and product management in the areas of distributed systems, cloud and devops. He's also the proud father of 4, and masquerades during weekends as an all-mountain and occasionally downhill bicycle rider, trying his best to keep his body in one piece.

Tyler Hannan

Tyler Hannan is Director of Product & Technical Marketing for Elastic. With a career that has spanned the private and public sector, large enterprises, consulting, and startups of varying success, he has maintained a focus on distributed systems, data persistence, and analysis. He finds talking about himself in the third person incredibly uncomfortable.