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Elastic Observability 8.14: New feature for SLO, AI Assistant, and .NET for Universal Profiling

Elastic Observability 8.14 announces the general availability (GA) of key Service Level Objective (SLO) management capabilities, additional enhancements to the Elastic AI Assistant for Observability, alerting improvements, and Universal Profiling for.NET. Enhanced SLO management capabilities: Enhanced AI Assistant capabilities.

Elastic Search 8.14: Faster and more cost-effective vector search, improved relevance with retrievers and reranking, RAG and developer tooling

We're committed to pushing the boundaries of search development and focusing on empowering search builders with powerful tools. With our latest updates, Elastic becomes even more potent for customers dealing with vast amounts of data represented as vectors. These enhancements promise faster speeds, reduced storage costs, and seamless integration between software and hardware.

The strata of data: Accessing the gold in human information

I married into a family of geologists and rock and gem enthusiasts, and that bit of serendipity has added immensely to my life. Whenever we go on family hike excursions, I learn so much more about the landscape than I could have ever hoped to from my own educational path, and as a bonus my home gets adorned with tastefully and expertly chosen specimens from around the world.

Elasticsearch accelerates building AI search apps on serverless

Today we are announcing the availability of Elasticsearch Serverless in technical preview, which features: Early access customers have used this new self-service option for a range of use cases — from internal analytics to building generative AI applications and conducting machine learning tasks.

Introducing the Elastic distribution of the OpenTelemetry Java Agent

As Elastic continues its commitment to OpenTelemetry (OTel), we are excited to announce the Elastic distribution of the OTel Java Agent. In this blog post, we will explore the rationale behind our unique distribution, detailing the powerful additional features it brings to the table. We will provide an overview of how these enhancements can be utilized with our distribution, the standard OTel SDK, or the vanilla OTel Java agent.

Elastic's RAG-based AI Assistant: Analyze application issues with LLMs and private GitHub issues

As an SRE, analyzing applications is more complex than ever. Not only do you have to ensure the application is running optimally to ensure great customer experiences, but you must also understand the inner workings in some cases to help troubleshoot. Analyzing issues in a production-based service is a team sport. It takes the SRE, DevOps, development, and support to get to the root cause and potentially remediate. If it's impacting, then it's even worse because there is a race against time.

Introducing Elastic's OpenTelemetry Distribution for Node.js

We are delighted to announce the alpha release of the Elastic OpenTelemetry Distribution for Node.js. This distribution is a light wrapper around the OpenTelemetry Node.js SDK that makes it easier to get started using OpenTelemetry to observe your Node.js applications.

The benefits of utilizing locally hosted models with Elastic AI Assistant

A way for public sector organizations to leverage generative AI today to solve security challenges With its ability to sift through large amounts of data to find unusual patterns, generative AI now plays a key role in helping teams protect their organizations from cyber threats. It also helps security professionals by augmenting their skills and bridging gaps in their knowledge.

Getting started with the Elastic AI Assistant for Observability and Amazon Bedrock

Elastic recently released version 8.13, which includes the general availability of Amazon Bedrock integration for the Elastic AI Assistant for Observability. This blog post will walk through the step-by-step process of setting up the Elastic AI Assistant with Amazon Bedrock.