Doubling down on open, Part II

We are moving our Apache 2.0-licensed source code in Elasticsearch and Kibana to be dual licensed under Server Side Public License (SSPL) and the Elastic License, giving users the choice of which license to apply. This license change ensures our community and customers have free and open access to use, modify, redistribute, and collaborate on the code.

How to Tune Search Relevance in Elastic App Search - Version 7.10

When users run queries against your search engine, they’re interested in the most relevant documents. Elastic App Search makes it easy to further tune the search experience to optimize for your own needs. In this short video, we’ll show how documents are ranked and how you can change this ranking using intuitive, real-time relevance tuning.

Kick off 2021 by learning Elastic solutions with free 15-minute guides

Elastic solutions solve many different business challenges from powering search bars to creating observable systems to detecting and responding to threats. And with the amount of capabilities each offers, learning how to maximize the power of our solutions for enterprise search, observability, and security is critical to realizing Elastic's full value. But finding the time to build new skills can be challenging.


Building a scalable, easy-to-use web crawler for Elastic Enterprise Search

Indexing the web is hard. There’s a nearly infinite supply of misbehaving sites, misapplied (or ignored) standards, duplicate content, and corner cases to contend with. It’s a big task to create an easy-to-use web crawler that’s thorough and flexible enough to account for all the different content it encounters.


Getting started with Elastic Cloud

Elastic Cloud puts the power of the Elastic Stack in your hands within minutes. Whether you’re trying to add search capabilities with Elastic Enterprise Search, monitor critical systems and applications with Elastic Observability, or protect your organization from cyber threats with Elastic Security, taking the first step is easy.


Audi Business Innovation drives software development with Elasticsearch Service

Today’s cars are computers on wheels, and they’re powered by software as much as they are by batteries or gasoline. When it comes to building software for Audi, Volskwagen, Porsche, Traton, and other brands, that’s a task assigned to Audi Business Innovation (ABI). “Developers need the right tools in their hands that are easy to use,” says Stefan Teubner, an ABI team leader and DevOps engineer.

How to Build a Search Interface for Your Apps and Websites - Version 7.10

Great user interfaces are critical for search engines, but designing them can take a lot of effort. The Elastic App Search Reference UI makes it easy. In this video, you will learn how Reference UI gives you the keys to quickly set up a new custom search interface, whether you need to build a quick demo or lay the foundation of a production environment.

Elastic Contributor Program: How to contribute code

We created the Elastic Contributor Program to encourage knowledge sharing in our community and to recognize and reward the hard work of our awesome contributors. There are six different contribution types accepted in the program: event organization, presentation, written content, video, translation, and code. In this blog post, we’ll cover how to contribute code in the many free and open projects that Elastic maintains.


How to migrate from self-managed Elasticsearch to Elastic Cloud on AWS

Increasingly, we are seeing on-prem workloads being moved onto the cloud. Elasticsearch has been around for many years with our users and customers typically managing it themselves on-prem. Elasticsearch Service on Elastic Cloud — our managed Elasticsearch service that runs on Amazon Web Services (AWS), Google Cloud, and Microsoft Azure across many different regions, is the best way to consume the Elastic Stack and our solutions for enterprise search, observability, and security.

How to Connect Elastic Security to Jira - Version 7.10

Elastic Security cases provide the ability to open and track incidents directly in the app, which you can send to external systems like Atlassian’s Jira. Case connection for Atlassian’s Jira includes Jira Service Desk, Jira Core, and Jira Software. In this video, you’ll learn how to connect Elastic Security to the Jira Service Desk.