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Here's how Machine Learning puts the 'personal' in ecommerce personalization

You can transform your search box into your sales rep—when you have the right tools. An impactful customer experience that drives purchases and loyalty isn't just about delivering what a customer says they want — it's about predicting and proactively serving up what they need. We might be able to imagine this work in a store with salespeople. But as organizations scale and customer interactions happen across digital and in-person mediums, their data grows.

Elastic Enterprise Search 8.3: More ingestion options for searching across any dataset

8.3.0 has an issue that could cause creating and accessing snapshots against Azure snapshot repositories to fail authenticating when using SAS tokens. This impacts self-managed customers who have deployed 8.3.0. Elastic Cloud Azure deployments are not currently being upgraded to 8.3.0 and are not impacted as a result. The latest release of Elastic Enterprise Search brings to market enhancements to getting data into Elastic Enterprise Search.

Logit.io Announces The General Availability of OpenSearch

You may remember from our previous update (published August 2nd 2021) that we announced our initial support for the beta version of OpenSearch, well today we are pleased to announce that we’ve recently launched OpenSearch & OpenSearch dashboards 2.0.0 available for all platform users to use from today.

How to monitor Elasticsearch with OpenTelemetry

Some popular monitoring tools in the market can complicate and create blind spots in your Elasticsearch monitoring. That’s why we made monitoring Elasticsearch simple, straightforward and actionable. Read along as we dive into the steps to monitor Elasticsearch using observIQ’s distribution of the OpenTelemetry collector. To monitor Elasticsearch we will configure two OpenTelemetry receivers, the elasticsearch receiver and the JVM receiver.

Building a search experience with Elastic

We’re excited to share an end-to-end demo that showcases how Elastic empowers developers to build rich search solutions. The demo provides mechanisms to run in your own environment, to ingest data into Elastic Enterprise Search using the Enterprise Search Python Libraries, and to create a modern UI in React, using the free and open source tool Search UI.

The Internet Is Buzzing About Cribl Search and Our Series D Funding!

It’s been an exciting few days at Cribl. A week ago, we announced our $150 Million Series D funding round led by Tiger Global, with participation from existing investors IVP, CRV, Redpoint Ventures, Sequoia Capital, and Greylock! We also announced an exciting new product: Cribl Search! We’ve been blown away by the excitement from our customers thus far.

The Power of Elastic

As the leading platform for search-powered solutions, we help everyone — organizations, their employees, and their customers — find what they need faster, while keeping mission-critical applications running smoothly, and protecting against cyber threats. When you tap into the power of Elastic Enterprise Search, Observability, and Security solutions, you’re in good company with organizations like Netflix, Uber, Slack, Microsoft, and thousands of others who rely on us to advance their business. We’d love to help you, too. Together, let’s accelerate the results that matter.

Elastic Enterprise Search 8.2: Relevance controls for Elasticsearch

Elastic Enterprise Search 8.2 introduces new ways to ingest, search, and monitor data, giving developers the productivity benefits of using out-of-the-box capabilities along with the power and flexibility inherent in Elastic Stack tools. Operators also gain even more transparency for managing search experiences and observing search performance. For a visual walkthrough of some of the key capabilities in 8.2, check out the latest installment of What’s new in Enterprise Search on YouTube.