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Understand the pillars of observability and how to unify your logs, metrics, and APM data.Learn more
7.6 introduces a Jaeger intake for Elastic APM, log categorization allowing users to see spikes and trends in their logs, and new AWS inventory views.
Seamless Observability Integration
Unify your observability data in a powerful datastore so you can search and apply interactive analytics in real time. Surface outliers with machine learning and react to events happening anywhere in your environment with intuitive navigation between logs, metrics, and APM traces.
Drag-and-Drop Data Visualization
Add data and start visualizing in a snap. Simply drag and drop fields in Kibana Lens to create instant visualizations. Combine logs, metrics, and APM traces in a single chart — leveraging smart suggestions for the most impactful way to display your data. Drive business outcomes from operational data with no prior experience required. Learn more about Kibana Lens.
Your observability data isn’t single purpose. The same events you're already collecting can provide rich insights for security analytics. Instead of duplicating your data in multiple systems, remove the barrier between observability and security, and review your data from multiple perspectives on the same platform.
Observability works best if you have a holistic picture. Don’t leave a log (or metric) behind. Cut ties with ingest- and agent-based pricing, and scale transparently. Learn more about Elastic pricing.
Unify Your Data
Another data source? No problem. It’s just another index in Elasticsearch. Aggregate, analyze, and act on all of your data from a single datastore.
Migrating to Elastic for application and operational logging — slicing ingestion costs by half
Analyzing 200 dashboards to search for better retail operations insight
Monitoring application infrastructure across a major financial institution