Enhancements and bug fixesedit

The following changes are included in this release.


Restore component IDs to the UI. The IDs for Kibana, APM/Fleet and Enterprise Search are again accessible in the UI.

Audit logs API. An organization admin on Elasticsearch Service can now enable audit logs to be sent to a deployment within their organization’s scope. Admins can enable, disable and track the status of the fully-managed audit logs pipelines.


Editing 2.x security settings. Removed UI support for editing security settings for 2.x deployments.

Restrict deployment creation for End of Life (EOL) versions. It is no longer possible to create deployments for versions that are EOL (in this case, with versions before 7.14.0). Refer to https://www.elastic.co/support/eol for upcoming EOL dates.

Disabling disk usage emails. It’s now possible to disable disk usage notification emails. These emails can be disabled from the Organization page.

Updated OpenAPI types. The type of provider and email fields in MarketplaceIntrospectionRequest were incorrect and have been updated to String.

Disabling extended maintenance on snapshot restores. Added an option to disable extended maintenance on a snapshot restore from another deployment.

Restart routing to instances during an ongoing configuration change. It is now possible to restart routing to instances during an ongoing configuration change.

New JWT realm settings for supported access tokens. It is now possible to configure specific access tokens for the JWT realm.

Usage and creation timestamps added to Usage Records. The usage_timestamp and creation_timestamp fields have been added to Usage Records generated by the Snapshot Request Estimator and Snapshot Repository Crawler. The @timestamp field has been deprecated.