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Company Overview of ELASTICSEARCH GLOBAL BV
ELASTICSEARCH GLOBAL BV provides solutions to help a client to take data from various sources and formats; and in searching, analyzing, and visualizing it in real time. It offers Elasticsearch, a distributed and open source search and analytics engine; Elastic Cloud, a hosted and managed solution for searching, logging, and analyzing a snap; Logstash, an open source data collection, enrichment, and transportation pipeline; Shield, which brings enterprise-grade security to Elasticsearch; Kibana, an open source data visualization platform; Watcher, an alerting and notification product for Elasticsearch; Beats, a platform for building a variety of lightweight shippers; Marvel, a tool that provi...
Amsterdam, 1059 AT
Founded in 2012
Key Executives for ELASTICSEARCH GLOBAL BV
Co-Founder, Chief Executive Officer and Director
Co-Founder, Chief Technology Officer and Director
Chief Financial Officer and Director
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2017.
ELASTICSEARCH GLOBAL BV Key Developments
Booz Allen Hamilton and Elastic Announce Partnership
Feb 9 17
Booz Allen Hamilton and Elastic have announced a partnership that will enable organizations to shift more quickly to open, flexible and cloud-based technologies that support massive data volumes, to allow for data diversity and to accelerate access to real-time insights. Booz Allen will use the Elastic Stack and X-Pack in combination with other technologies to help clients adapt to modern data architectures, build real-time applications and enable enterprise-wide data search, cybersecurity and anomaly detection. The Elastic and Booz Allen partnership will help clients pursue transformative strategies using data across search, logging, security, and analytics use cases to achieve millisecond response times across terabytes of diverse data types. In addition, X-Pack delivers monitoring, alerting, Graph analytics, reporting, and machine learning capabilities and meets the strictest government data security requirements. The partnership announced builds on the Booz Allen and Elastic collaboration at a government agency to re-engineer its legacy systems into an integrated, shared-services platform to deliver mapping, visualizations, and data mash-ups enabled across all its data sets, eliminating the agency's current siloed approach.
Elastic Announces General Availability of its 5.0 Release
Oct 27 16
Elastic announced the general availability of its 5.0 release, both for download and on Elastic Cloud. Elastic's products, widely used for solving mission-critical use cases like search, logging, and analytics, have been downloaded more than 75 million times since 2012. The 5.0 release brings powerful new features for developers in startups and enterprises to achieve even more with the Elastic Stack (Elasticsearch, Kibana, Beats, and Logstash), X-Pack (commercial extensions for security, monitoring, alerting, reporting, and Graph), and Elastic Cloud. The 5.0 release aligns all of Elastic's products on the same release schedule to make it even easier and faster for developers to build, test, and upgrade their applications. Some of the new 5.0 features include: Elasticsearch 5.0: 80% increase in indexing performance; 25% increase in search performance with Lucene 6 updates (multi-dimensional points); 50% query improvement to geopoint search with implementation of LatLonPoint; A new Instant Aggregations feature to enable better caching of search requests; and A new, safe default scripting language called Painless. Kibana 5.0: Timelion is now a supported app for time series data; New Sharing UI to share dashboards and visualizations; and Ability to set scripting language for Elasticsearch, including Painless. Ingestion: Logstash and Beats 5.0: New logging functionality with Log4j2 framework; New monitoring APIs to retrieve runtime metrics; Native Spark streaming support with Elasticsearch for Hadoop connector; Metricbeat to get metrics from external services and send data to Elasticsearch; and Release of Ingest Node for pre-processing and enriching documents. X-Pack 5.0: One click install of X-Pack for security, monitoring, alerting, reporting, and Graph; Security Management UI to allow users to create and manage users and roles; Consolidated Monitoring UI to monitor Kibana and Elasticsearch servers; and New X-Pack reporting feature for sharing and distributing dashboards.
Elasticsearch Enables 400 Criteo Engineers to Search 4 TB of Log Data Per Week
Jun 30 16
Elastic announced that Criteo has developed a new internal log management tool using the Elastic Stack, allowing Criteo to analyze between one and eight billion event logs every week, diagnose potential problems before they occur and maintain optimum efficiency in its datacenters. Event logs are files which record incidents that occur on the servers or within the applications. Every time an incident occurs, event logs are created to enable administrators to troubleshoot problems. As Criteo experienced hyper growth, it became clear that Criteo needed a new tool to cope with huge amounts of data and quickly pick up event log issues. Elasticsearch was selected based on its ability to scale horizontally across huge volumes of data, ease of use for developers to setup, and because it automatically works with Kibana for real-time analytics. This enables Criteo's 400 engineers to identify system issues and errors, and take action immediately.
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