Centrally Orchestrate a Fleet of Elasticsearch Clusters

Provision, manage, and monitor Elasticsearch and Kibana at any scale, on any infrastructure, while managing everything from a single console.

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Public Cloud. Private Cloud. Bare Metal. Call Any Infrastructure “Home.”

Choose where you run Elasticsearch and Kibana: physical hardware, virtual environment, private cloud, private zone in a public cloud, or just plain public cloud (e.g., Google, Azure, AWS). We’ve covered them all.


Run Your Deployment Like a Well-Oiled Machine

Streamline scaling, securing, upgrading, and backing up across all of your Elastic deployments from a centralized console. It saves time, increases customer satisfaction, and is just so much better this way. 


You “Have the Bridge” to Drive Success

Clusters will grow, usage will scale, requirements will evolve. Elastic Cloud Enterprise (ECE) helps you keep pace without sacrificing efficiency, performance, or sanity.

Powerful Features

Monitor, Secure, Alert: Extend Your Elastic Stack.

Easily deploy security features like authentication, role-based access control, and encryption. Activate alerting to receive notifications, monitoring to optimize performance, reporting to keep others in the loop, and more all with powerful Elastic features.


It's Up for the Challenge

ECE is battle-tested, highly available, supports multiple data centers, and ready to meet the demands of your organization. Oh, and it's powered by the same software we use to manage thousands of clusters on Elastic Cloud.


Snapshot & Restore for Peace of Mind

Clusters that are managed by ECE are periodically backed up using the Elasticsearch snapshot API, helping you rest easy when it comes to your data.

For One Cluster or Thousands, It’s a New Management Experience.

Try Elastic Cloud Enterprise. It's clusterflocking at its finest.