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wikipedia:Elasticsearch is a web based search engine written in Java and released in 2010 that provides a distributed, multitenant-capable full-text search engine and schema-free JSON documents based on the Lucene library. You can use many differents tools to send logs to Elasticsearch, including Filebeat product from ElasticSearch developers. Elastisearch offer different software for sending data such as: Filebeat, Metricbeat[1], Packetbeat, Winlogbeat, Auditbeat, Heartbeat and Functionbeat

ElastaticSearch is also available as a docker image[2] or as service in AWS (AWS Elasticsearch) since November 2015.[3]


Connect to Elasticsearch:

Managed services[edit]

Several organizations offer Elasticsearch as a managed service, including Amazon Web Services Elasticsearch Service (since October 2015[5]),[6] Bonsai,[7] Scalefastr,[8] Elastic Cloud,[9] Qbox,[10] Searchly,[11] IBM,[12] Measured Search,[13] Logz.io,[14] IBM Bluemix Elasticsearch Service,[15] and Object Rocket.[16] Such managed services provide hosting, deployment, backup and other support as a package, reducing the skills and time needed to implement and operate Elasticsearch.[17] Most managed services also include support for Kibana.


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Source: https://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/ElasticSearch

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  2. https://www.elastic.co/guide/en/elasticsearch/reference/current/docker.html
  3. https://aws.amazon.com/blogs/aws/new-amazon-elasticsearch-service/
  4. https://www.elastic.co/pricing/
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