Querying a petabyte of cloud storage in 10 minutes

Elastic's new frozen data tier decouples compute from storage and leverages low-cost object stores such as Google Cloud Storage, Azure Blob Storage, or Amazon S3 to directly power searches. It provides unlimited scaling of storage while preserving the ability to efficiently query the data without any need to rehydrate it first, making it easier and cheaper to manage data at scale.


Managing and troubleshooting Elasticsearch memory

Hiya! With Elastic’s expansion of our Elasticsearch Service Cloud offering and automated onboarding, we’ve expanded the Elastic Stack audience from full ops teams to data engineers, security teams, and consultants. As an Elastic support rep, I’ve enjoyed interacting with more user backgrounds and with even wider use cases.

logitio's Response To The Elasticsearch B.V. SSPL Licensing Change

On the 14th of January 2021, Elasticsearch B.V. announced that future releases of Elasticsearch and Kibana would be released under a dual license SSPL (Server Side Public License). As a result of this change it is evident that the components that make up Elasticsearch and Kibana in version 7.11 (and onwards) of the ELK Stack will no longer be considered as open source based upon the Open Source Initiative's requirements for licensing.

Announcing OpenSearch: Doubling Down on Open Source

Today, I’m excited to officially announce our support for the OpenSearch project, the new fork of the Elasticsearch and Kibana codebases. As we previously shared, has the utmost commitment to its customers and the community to ensure that these open-source technologies will prosper by being built for the community and guided by the community.


How to build a facial recognition system using Elasticsearch and Python

Have you ever tried to search for objects in images? Elasticsearch can help you store, analyze, and search for objects in images or videos. In this quick tutorial, we’ll show you how to build a system for facial recognition with Python. Learn more about how to detect and encode facial information — and find matches in search.


How to troubleshoot the Elastic App Search web crawler

In case you hadn’t heard, we recently released a brand new web crawler for Elastic App Search. The web crawler provides a simple way to ingest publicly available web content and make that content instantly searchable on your website. Configuring the web crawler to start ingesting data from your website is super easy — it’s just a matter of a few clicks. This sounds great, but what if after crawling there are no pages being indexed or you feel some pages are missing?


Time-based scaling of Enterprise Search on Elastic Cloud

Does your Elastic Enterprise Search Cloud deployment follow a predictable usage pattern? You can automatically scale up and down your deployment on a schedule to achieve optimal performance and reduce operating costs. In this article we show you how to use the Elastic Cloud API to change how many Enterprise Search nodes you’re running. We call these APIs from a cron job to achieve hands-free, time-triggered autoscaling.