• Partner Highlight: Improving search performance for a better user experience

    Mon, Nov 28, 2022

    In search, speed is key to delivering a good user experience. In a recent blog post, Noam Schwartz of OpenSearch Project partner Searchium.ai explores five ways to improve search speed and cluster performance for OpenSearch. Check out “Bolster OpenSearch performance with 5 simple steps” for practical advice on managing your indices, optimizing cache utilization, selecting the right refresh interval, and...

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  • Launch highlight: Multiple authentication options for OpenSearch Dashboards

    Thu, Nov 17, 2022

    We’re excited to announce support for concurrent multiple authentication methods in OpenSearch Dashboards. This enhancement to the Dashboards security plugin provides a more unified and user-friendly login experience to Dashboards users, who are now able to choose a preferred option from a login UI that integrates basic authentication (username and password) and multiple single sign-on (SSO) providers for OpenID Connect...

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  • Launch Highlight: Multiple Data Sources

    Wed, Nov 16, 2022

    OpenSearch Dashboards’ current architecture works only with a single OpenSearch cluster, and to view data in different OpenSearch clusters and to navigate between Dashboards endpoints, users must have a complete OpenSearch with Dashboards stack setup. To solve this challenge, we are excited to announce for release 2.4 the Multiple Data Sources feature. This experimental feature supports multiple data source connections...

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  • OpenSearch 2.4.0 is available today!

    Tue, Nov 15, 2022

    OpenSearch 2.4.0 brings Windows support, security analytics, new geospatial features, and a variety of upgrades for search, analytics, and observability use cases

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  • OpenSearch partner highlight: Using Cloaked Search to protect your data

    Mon, Nov 14, 2022

    Most companies will tell you that the data they hold is well protected. They’ll say it’s encrypted “at rest and in transit,” which means they use HTTPS and disk-level or database-level encryption. Unfortunately, this isn’t the protection most people think it is.

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