Elastic Cloud Overview & Demo

Watch this video for an official tour of Elastic Cloud, our Elasticsearch as a Service offering. Elastic Cloud is a fully hosted and managed service that provides the real-time search and analytics capabilities of Elasticsearch and integrates across the entire Elastic ecosystem, including Security (Shield), Alerting (Watcher) and monitoring (Marvel). 

In this video, Alex Brasetvik, Elastic Software Engineer, Morgan Goeller, Solutions Architect, and Igor Kupczynski, Elastic Cloud Engineer, will walk you through the product's ins and outs, including:

  • Elastic Cloud architecture
  • Setting up Logstash and Kibana
  • Customizing your cluster
  • Easily Add Alerting, Monitoring, and Enhanced Security
  • Protect Against Downtime with High Availability

Take Elastic Cloud for a spin with a 14-day free trial.

You may also want to check out the Elastic{ON}16 Keynote, in which Njal and Elastic Cloud Team Lead Michael Basnight presented a demo of Elastic Cloud Enterprise, beginning at the 85-minute mark.

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

Alex Brasetvik

Alex Brasetvik founded Found and launched the first hosted Elasticsearch service of its kind in 2012. Acquired by Elastic in 2015, he is now the tech lead for the Elastic Cloud team. When not working on cloud services, he likes to jump out of planes and play with real clouds.

Morgan Goeller

Morgan Goeller is a Principal Solutions Architect for Elastic, focusing on real-time analytics and visualization. He has been in the tech industry for more than a decade, working with customers in Digital Marketing, Telecommunications, Energy, and Healthcare. Morgan has also been a Data Scientist and has a degree in Mathematics with an emphasis in Scientific Computation.

Igor Kupczyński

Igor Kupczyński is a cloud engineer at Elastic. Prior to Elastic, he worked for Egnyte, developing a multi-petabyte cloud solution for document storage and collaboration. He loves distributed systems, functional programming and JVM.