Elastic Showcases How Customers Solve Data Challenges with the Power of Search at ElasticON Global Virtual Conference
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- Demonstrated how organizations are using Elastic to put their
data to work in smarter, more efficient ways for Enterprise Search,
Observability, and Security
- Previewed upcoming innovations and development direction across
the Elastic Search Platform, including Elastic Cloud and
- Featured keynotes, fireside chats, and breakout sessions with
Elastic leaders, customers, partners, and community members
Elastic (NYSE: ESTC) (“Elastic”), the company behind
Elasticsearch and the Elastic Stack, held its second fully virtual
ElasticON Global event, featuring five keynotes, more than 100
breakout sessions featuring customers, partners, and experts, and
opportunities for attendees to build new skills with live,
interactive training courses.
Kicking off this year’s virtual ElasticON Global user
conference, Elastic founder and CEO, Shay Banon; and chief product
officer, Ashutosh Kulkarni, delivered the opening keynote
highlighting how the unified Elastic Search Platform—which includes
Elasticsearch, Kibana, and Elastic Enterprise Search,
Observability, and Security—is empowering developers, site
reliability engineers, and security analysts to put their data to
work and helping organizations solve for innovation with
Event highlights include:
- A conversation with Microsoft Executive Vice President,
Cloud + AI, Scott Guthrie, and Shay Banon, focused on
the companies' joint commitment to cloud innovation and how they
are helping organizations remove barriers to technology adoption
and deliver greater value to customers.
- More than 100 breakout sessions from Elastic customers,
partners, and experts, including Adobe, General
Motors, IBM, Microsoft, SAP,
Twitter, and more.
- A fireside chat with chef, culinary innovator, and founder
of World Central Kitchen, José Andrés, and Elastic chief
marketing officer, Sally Jenkins, about José’s mission to use
the power of food to nourish communities and strengthen economies
around the world during times of crisis and beyond.
- A fireside chat with Shay Banon and Diana Trujillo,
flight director, and robotic arm system domain lead for the Mars
Perseverance mission, who spoke about the hard work,
dedication, and passion it took for Diana to realize her dream of
becoming an aerospace engineer at NASA's Jet Propulsion
Experts from Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud, and AWS shared best
practices for running Elastic Enterprise Search, Observability, and
Security, including integration points with the cloud providers,
capacity planning and cost estimation, and customer use cases.
Additionally, Elastic leaders previewed innovations coming to
the Elastic Search Platform and its solutions throughout the
- Optimized metrics storage and support for flexible query
languages, and the ability to correlate two different indices with
joins, along with innovations to runtime fields and continued
innovations in ad hoc analysis and visualizations—making it simpler
for customers to store, search, and gain insights on their data in
the Elastic Stack and Cloud.
- Advanced relevance tuning and semantic search in Elastic
Enterprise Search, enabling next-generation, machine
learning-powered search experiences for customers.
- Enhanced machine learning-driven root cause analysis and
anomaly detection in Elastic Observability to reduce
mean-time-to-resolution and eliminate data silos.
- Extended visibility across hosts and endpoints for prevention,
detection, and response for all operating systems—on-premises, in
the cloud, and in hybrid environments—with Elastic Limitless
Extended Detection and Response (XDR) in Elastic Security.
The build.security and Cmd teams also previewed bringing build-time
and run-time cloud security to Limitless XDR.
For more information, read the Elastic blog about ElasticON
Global 2021. The full lineup of ElasticON Global 2021 event
sessions is now available on demand for anyone, in any global
- “ElasticON Global 2021 has been a great opportunity to show how
Elastic is continuing to deliver on our vision to develop solutions
that help users put their data to work in smarter, more efficient
ways,” said Ash Kulkarni, chief product officer, Elastic.
“With the power of search, Elastic is helping businesses solve data
challenges and better protect and defend their investments by
surfacing relevant information at the right time, keeping
mission-critical applications and infrastructure performing, and
uncovering indicators of compromise to protect against cyber
Elastic is a search company built on a free and open heritage.
Anyone can use Elastic products and solutions to get started
quickly and frictionlessly. Elastic offers three solutions for
enterprise search, observability, and security, built on one
technology stack that can be deployed anywhere. From finding
documents to monitoring infrastructure to hunting for threats,
Elastic makes data usable in real time and at scale. Thousands of
organizations worldwide, including Cisco, eBay, Goldman Sachs,
Microsoft, The Mayo Clinic, NASA, The New York Times, Wikipedia,
and Verizon, use Elastic to power mission-critical systems. Founded
in 2012, Elastic is a distributed company with Elasticians around
the globe and is publicly traded on the NYSE under the symbol ESTC.
Learn more at elastic.co.
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