Elasticsearch is a distributed NoSQL document store for realtime search and analytics. It is used by millions of developers and relied on by the Fortune 500 companies.
It's an open-source software that can be either installed manually, through configuration scripts or used via a hosted Elasticsearch service.
If search is important to you, there are good chances that you are already using Elasticsearch. It can also be used as a fast data store and forms the E in the ELK stack.
Elasticsearch is built as a distributed layer over Lucene. It has built-in support for scaling, sharding and replication to cover a wide variety of data and scale requirements.
Elasticsearch is popularly used as a hosted service. It can also be manually installed, but optimizing and monitoring for performance, maintaining replicas and keeping backups are hard problems with little reward.
Autopilot is an orchestration service that runs on your infrastructure. It enables you to get the best benefits of hosted Elasticsearch without compromising on performance and data security.
Pick AWS deployment region, instance types, availability zones, security group settings from within Autopilot's dashboard.
Deploy your choice of Elasticsearch, add plugins and monitor your deployment with ease.
Increase nodes, change instance types and disk volume sizes on the fly. Be notified when important events occur.
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