• Agent Ingestion Usage in OpenSearch Survey Results

    Tue, Aug 23, 2022

    First, a huge thank you to all of you who responded to the survey. Understanding how you use agents in your ingestion pipelines helps us prioritize use cases that deliver the most value to the community.

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  • Partner Highlight: Dattell blog post compares OpenSearch and Elasticsearch

    Wed, Aug 17, 2022

    OpenSearch partner and contributor Dattell has published a blog post that explores technical and business aspects of the OpenSearch project and Elasticsearch offerings. The post by Dattell co-founder Maria Hatfield, whose company offers consulting support and managed services for OpenSearch, Elasticsearch, and Kafka, offers an in-depth look at how these software tools stack up in areas like community, licensing, and...

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  • OpenSearch 2.2 is now available!

    Thu, Aug 11, 2022

    OpenSearch 2.2 is ready to download! This release includes 23 new features and 12 enhancements to help you build and optimize your solutions for search, analytics, and observability workloads. Following are some highlights of the capabilities you can use to advance machine learning (ML) models, data visualizations, cluster resiliency, and more. As always, the release notes provide further details.

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  • Which Way is the Compass Pointing?

    Fri, Jul 22, 2022

    I’m still tagging, and much like in my last post, I’ve been tagging forum threads in hopes of gaining insight into where to target content creation. What is most clear is the data showing that we definitely need more configuration, troubleshooting, and documentation material for OpenSearch and OpenSearch Dashboards in general (don’t forget to file an issue for whatever you...

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  • Aggregate by multiple terms in OpenSearch

    Thu, Jul 21, 2022

    Multi-terms aggregation allows you to group and sort results from a query. While terms aggregation has existed in OpenSearch for some time, multi-terms aggregation allows for sorting by deeper levels. This is particularly useful in the observability space.

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