Posts in elasticsearch category

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December 02, 2019

By John Hammink

DBAs shouldn't be afraid of managed services

DBAs have raised a lot of objections about moving from on-prem (or self-hosted) to using managed services. In this post, we address each in turn.

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August 12, 2019

By John Hammink

An Introduction to Elasticsearch

Elasticsearch is a full-featured, open source, scalable, extremely low-latency document store and search engine library that supports real-time analytics. In this post, we'll take a high-level look at it's capabilities.

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June 04, 2019

By John Hammink

External Elasticsearch logging output now supported by Aiven

Aiven customers now send their service logs to external Elasticsearch services; find out more about it in this post.

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July 09, 2018

By Hannu Valtonen

Want greater command over your service logs?

We've added a few updates to our console UI and service integrations that'll give you exceptional insight into your logs. Read to find out more.

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January 22, 2018

By Hannu Valtonen

Introducing Aiven Elasticsearch 6 and new, bigger plans

To celebrate the release of Elasticsearch 6, we increased storage for current plans and added plans with even more nodes. Learn the specifics here.

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March 07, 2017

By Hannu Valtonen

Aiven Elasticsearch 5 available with easy upgrade from 2.x

VPC peering in AWS and larger Kafka plans are only a couple improvements made to the Aiven platform. Get the details and find out what else we’ve done.

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April 26, 2016

By Oskari Saarenmaa

SSL-enabled custom domains in Aiven Grafana and Kibana

Now your browser will immediately recognize your web frontend services launched from Aiven. Find out how you can set up SSL-enabled custom domains here.

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March 30, 2016

By Hannu Valtonen

Aiven Elasticsearch now available

Elasticsearch is the latest addition to the Aiven platform. Find out what plan sizes and regions we’re starting with here.