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Maximising ROI and lowering total cost of ownership are top priorities for platform owners who provide centralised monitoring and observability tooling and frameworks to their internal stakeholders. Learn about the latest developments in the Elastic Stack and Elastic Cloud like cold and frozen tiers, searchable snapshots, autoscaling, and more that help you go further with Elastic Observability, without increasing spend.
Building, deploying, and running cloud-native apps is complex, making monitoring those apps equally challenging. From dynamic infrastructures to microservice dependencies, understanding the end-to-end performance of your apps requires monitoring all the way from your infrastructure metrics through to end user experience. Elastic Observability brings the pieces together across all layers and data types — like logs, metrics, and traces — and presents them in context so your teams can quickly troubleshoot, investigate, and resolve issues. See a live demo and hear the latest updates from the team.
The Elastic Stack (or ELK Stack) has long been an enterprise standard for centralised logging. As we expanded our unified observability story to cover more pillars and use cases, we have strengthened our core logging experience with new capabilities across the board: simplified log ingestion with a unified Agent and Fleet, 100s of integrations with built-in log parsing, a common schema and automatic linking for easy correlation with traces and metrics, schema on read for balancing speed and flexibility, and much more. Join this talk to hear about the latest chapter in the evolution of our logging story.