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Elasticsearch Service now available on Google Cloud Marketplace

Earlier this year, we announced a deeper partnership with Google to make our Elasticsearch Service on Elastic Cloud more accessible to Google Cloud Platform (GCP) users. Today, we are excited to see the first milestone in this initiative realized: the general availability of the Elasticsearch Service on GCP Marketplace following a successful beta with key customers.

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How I added a search bar to my website in 20 minutes with Elastic Site Search

An important part of any great website experience is a powerful search box, as anyone who’s struggled to find something on a site knows. As the owner of a personal website, I want to make sure my site isn’t causing any search-related headaches. But as a non-technical person with a lot on my plate, I don’t have time for complicated solutions that are over my head and require technical expertise or coding

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Understanding and unlocking security data sources

Security information and event management (SIEM) systems are centralized log platforms to analyze event data in real time for early detection of targeted cyber attacks and data breaches. A SIEM is used as a tool to collect, store, investigate, and report on log data for threat detection, incident response, forensics, and regulatory compliance.

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Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) with the Elastic Stack

The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) offers manufacturing companies the opportunity to get data from thousands of sensors and devices. Linking this data together is important to monitor production processes and derive appropriate measures for further analysis. One of the key challenges is data collection and normalization to use it in context of predictive analytics or shop floor security.

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Introducing Elastic Endpoint Security

Today we are excited to announce the introduction of Elastic Endpoint Security, based on Elastic’s acquisition of Endgame, a pioneer and industry-recognized leader in endpoint threat prevention, detection, and response based on the MITRE ATT&CK™ matrix. Elastic is combining SIEM and endpoint security into a single solution to enable organizations to automatically and flexibly respond to threats in real time, whether in the cloud, on-premises, or in hybrid environments.

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Elastic has joined The Open Group Open Subsurface Data Universe... (OSDU) Forum

We’re excited to share that Elastic is joining The Open Group Open Subsurface Data Universe™ (OSDU) Forum, an international group of oil and gas operators, technology providers, service companies, universities, and standard organizations that aims to build an open data platform for the oil and gas industry.

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Elevate your ELK Stack skills with Elastic's new flexible annual training subscriptions

We’re always updating our software to make Elastic products and solutions even better. This includes stamping out bugs, expanding and refining features as well as unveiling new ones. As Elastic’s features, use cases, and customers grow, we’re seeing a greater demand for flexible training offerings that enable users to build and develop critical skills. In response, we’re introducing a brand new approach to our year-long training subscriptions.

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Demystifying authentication and authorization in Elasticsearch

I’ve been with Elastic for more than 4 years — 3.5 of those years working in support and consulting and the last half year in sales. Regardless of the department I’m in, the most common questions I’ve gotten from users are about securing Elasticsearch. What type of authentication does Elasticsearch support? How do I set it up? How can I make sure users don’t see data they’re not supposed to?

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Elasticsearch as a system of engagement in financial services

One thing you can always count on is that as technology advances, data volume and usage will keep growing. More data can lead to more informed, faster decisions and optimizations. That growth is not always equally distributed, though. Often, read-side queries far outweighs write-side actions, meaning we search for answers in data much more often than we create, update, or delete our datasets. So while many data stores can store petabytes of data, they often can’t use data at that scale.