Elastic Announces Native Integration with Google Cloud Dataflow in Elastic Cloud and Execution Field Improvements in Elasticsearch and Kibana
MOUNTAIN VIEW, CALIFORNIA – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Elastic (NYSE: ESTC) (“Elastic”), the company behind Elasticsearch and the Elastic Suite, announces new features and updates to the Elastic Suite and Elastic Cloud to simplify management data and integration for customers and enable them to go faster data insights.
New features include native Google Cloud data source integration with Google Cloud Dataflow, providing customers with faster data ingestion in Elastic Cloud and a simplified data architecture. Using Google Cloud’s native serverless ETL service, this integration allows users to quickly and securely ingest Pub / Sub, Big Query, and Cloud Storage data directly into their Elastic Cloud deployments.
Support for Google Private Service Connect, now available to everyone, provides private connectivity from Google Cloud virtual private clouds to Elastic Cloud deployments. Customers can now privately and securely connect their Elastic Cloud deployments to their Google Cloud environments using Private Service Connect endpoints, ensuring their data is not exposed over the open Internet.
Updates to Elasticsearch and Kibana include improvements to execution fields, giving users new ways to explore their data with the flexibility of schema read and schema write for onboarding, searching for new data and ad hoc analysis.
Composite runtime fields allow users to streamline the creation of fields using a single script to generate multiple fields, allowing users to ingest new data more easily and intuitively to gain more insight. quickly. Additionally, a new preview pane in the runtime field editor allows users to test and preview new fields before they are created and also includes better error handling for the editor to streamline and speed up the process of field creation.
For more information, see the Elastic blog on What’s New in Elasticsearch, Kibana, and Elastic Cloud for 7.15.
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