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Elastic provides software to make data usable in real time and at scale for search, logging, security, and analytics.
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What is Elastic?

Elastic develops the open-source Elastic Stack (Elasticsearch, Kibana, Beats, and Logstash), X-Pack (which offers commercial features for the Elastic Stack), and Elastic Cloud (a family of SaaS offerings). To date, there have been more than 250 million cumulative downloads of the Elastic Stack. Elastic is used by thousands of organizations including Cisco, eBay, Goldman Sachs, NASA, Microsoft, Mayo Clinic, The New York Times, Wikipedia, and Verizon to power mission-critical systems. Elastic is used for use cases that require search, logging, metrics, and security of data.


 

Key benefits of using Elastic?

High performance: ElasticSearch is able to perform extremely fast searches by using distributed inverted indices. It caches all the queries for the result set, so for every search query that contains a cached filter, it searches the result from the cache. Compared to a typical SQL database that retrieves the searched data in more than 10 seconds, ElasticSearch can do it in less than 10 ms.

Schema free: ElasticSearch is schema-free, which means it doesn’t require any data definition and uses some defaults to index the data unless you specify the data type. It accepts JSON documents and detects the data type, index the records, and make them searchable. When the object with a new property is indexed later, it is automatically added to the mapping definitions.

Document-oriented: ElasticSearch uses JSON (JavaScript Object Notation) as the serialization format for documents to store complex entities, and indexes all the records by itself. JSON serialization has become a standard format for NoSQL databases and it is compatible with various programming languages. It is very easy, concise, and simple to read, which results in higher performance. 

Elastic Info

Elastic Features

These are some of the core Elastic features:

  • Clustering and high availability
  • Automatic node recovery
  • Automatic data rebalancing
  • Horizontal scalability
  • Rack awareness
  • Cross-cluster replication
  • Cross-datacenter replication
  • Full stack monitoring
  • Multi-stack monitoring
  • Configurable retention policy
  • Automatic alerts on stack issues
  • Index lifecycle management
  • Data tiers
  • Snapshot and restore
  • Searchable snapshots
  • Snapshot lifecycle management
  • Snapshot-based peer recoveries
  • Data rollups
  • Data streams
  • CLI tools
  • Upgrade Assistant UI
  • Upgrade Assistant API
  • User and role management
  • Transforms
  • Highly available, scalable alerting
  • Notifications via email, webhooks, IBM Resilient, Jira, Microsoft Teams, PagerDuty, ServiceNow, Slack, xMatters
  • Alerting UI
  • Alerting suppression and noise reduction
  • Search threshold alerts for Discover
  • Secure settings
  • Encrypted communications
  • Encryption at rest support
  • Role-based access control (RBAC)
  • Attribute-based access control (ABAC)
  • Anonymous access control (for public sharing)
  • Field- and document-level security
  • Audit logging
  • IP filtering
  • Security realms
  • Single sign-on (SSO)
  • Third-party security integration
  • FIPS 140-2 mode
  • Section 508
  • Standards (GDPR)
  • Download and install
  • Helm Charts
  • Docker containerization
  • Language clients
  • Console
  • Elasticsearch DSL
  • Elasticsearch SQL
  • Event Query Language (EQL)
  • JDBC client
  • ODBC client
  • Tableau Connector for Elasticsearch
  • Operating systems
  • Web servers and proxies
  • Datastores and queues
  • Cloud services
  • Containers and orchestration
  • Network data
  • Security data
  • Uptime data
  • File import
  • Processors
  • Analyzers
  • Tokenizers
  • Filters
  • Language analyzers
  • Grok
  • Field transformation
  • External lookups
  • Match enrich processor
  • Geo-match enrich processor
  • Clients and APIs
  • Ingest node
  • Elastic Agent
  • Beats
  • Community shippers
  • Logstash
  • Logstash plugins
  • Elasticsearch-Hadoop
  • Plugins and integrations
  • Logstash centralized pipeline management
  • Data types
  • Full-text search (inverted index)
  • Document store (unstructured)
  • Time series / analytics (columnar store)
  • Geospatial (BKD trees)
  • Data encryption at rest support
  • Field- and document-level API security
  • Clustered indices
  • Data snapshot and restore
  • Source-only data snapshots
  • Rollup indices
  • Inverted index
  • Runtime fields
  • Lookup runtime field
  • Cross-cluster search
  • Relevance scoring
  • Vector search (ANN)
  • Query DSL
  • Asynchronous search
  • Highlighters
  • Type ahead (auto-complete)
  • Corrections (spell check)
  • Suggesters (did-you-mean)
  • Percolators
  • Query profiler/optimizer
  • Permissions-based search results
  • Query cancellation
  • Aggregations
  • Graph exploration
  • Threshold alerting
  • Inference
  • Language identification
  • Forecasting on time series
  • Anomaly detection on time series
  • Alerting on anomalies
  • Population/entity analysis
  • Log message categorization
  • Root cause indication
  • Data Visualizer
  • Multi-metric anomaly explorer
  • Outlier detection API
  • Model snapshot management
  • APM Server
  • APM agents
  • APM app
  • Distributed tracing
  • Alerting integration
  • Service maps
  • Machine learning integration
  • Dashboards
  • Canvas
  • User Experience
  • Kibana Lens
  • Time Series Visual Builder
  • Graph analytics
  • Geospatial analysis
  • Container monitoring
  • Kibana plugins
  • Data import tutorial
  • Kibana runtime fields editor
  • Embeddable dashboards
  • Dashboard-only mode
  • Spaces
  • Custom banners for Kibana Spaces
  • CSV exports
  • Tags
  • PDF/PNG reports
  • Map layers
  • Vector tiles
  • Custom region maps
  • Elastic Maps Server
  • GeoJSON upload
  • Geo alerts
  • Shapefile upload
  • Log shipper (Filebeat)
  • Logs dashboards
  • Log rate anomaly detection
  • Logs app
  • Metric shipper (Metricbeat)
  • Metrics dashboards
  • Alerting integration for Metrics
  • Machine learning integration for Metrics
  • Metrics app
  • Uptime monitor (Heartbeat)
  • Uptime dashboards
  • Alerting integration for Uptime
  • Certificate monitoring
  • Synthetic monitoring
  • Uptime app
Elastic Pricing

Elastic Discount

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Pricing starts from: $95/month

Standard: $95/month

  • Core Elastic Stack features, including security
  • Discover, Field statistics, Kibana Lens, Elastic Maps, and Canvas
  • Alerting and in-stack Actions

Gold: $109/month

  • Reporting
  • Third-party Alerting Actions
  • Multi-stack monitoring

Platinum: $125/month

  • Advanced Elastic Stack security features
  • Machine learning - anomaly detection, supervised learning, 3rd-party model management
  • Cross-cluster replication

Enterprise: $175/month

  • Searchable snapshots
  • Support for searchable cold and frozen tiers
  • Elastic Maps Server

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