Elasticsearch Open Source Support Services.
Excelerate Systems has been working on the Elastic Stack
(Elasticsearch, Logstash, Kibana and Beats) since 2014.
We have trained and experienced ELK consultants and support personnel.
We can provide fine tuning, configuration, optimization support for your ELK
cluster including support for Marvel – Elastic’s monitoring plugin.
(Please note – this service is not a substitute for X-Pack subscription – we only provide support for the free/open source elements of the ELK stack.
Searchguard community version is completely free to use.
As the authorized partner for Searchguard in the Americas for the community and Enterprise versions we have extensive experience and capabilities of Searchguard.
Please note this service is for the community version. If you need a subscription and support for the Enterprise version, please contact us.
Elastalert (open source) is a simple and popular open source tool for alerting on anomalies, spikes, or other patterns of interest found in data stored in Elasticsearch. Elastalert works with all versions of Elasticsearch.
Yelp use Elasticsearch, Logstash and Kibana for managing their ever-increasing amount of data and logs.
Kibana is great for visualizing and querying data, but Yelp realized that it needed a companion tool for alerting on inconsistencies in the data. Out of this need, ElastAlert was created.
If you have data being written into Elasticsearch in near real time and want to be alerted when that data matches certain patterns, ElastAlert is the tool for you. If you can see it in Kibana, ElastAlert can alert on it.
Elasticsearch is the nexus for gathering and storing the log data and it is not exclusive to Logstash.
Another great data collection solution on the market is Fluentd, and it also supports Elasticsearch (amongst others) as the destination for it’s gathered data.
So using the same data repository and frontend solutions, this becomes the EFK stack.
Open Source Elastic monitoring
Head (or es-head) has three major operations. We also support Kopf and elasticHQ which offer similar functionality
1. A ClusterOverview, which shows the topology of your cluster and allows you to perform index and node level operations.
2. A couple of search interfaces that allow you to query the cluster a retrieve results in raw json or tabular format.
3. Several quick access tabs that show the status of the cluster.
Open Source Support Services
Customers can report issues and ask for help through our online support portal, email or by phone.
Support hours are 12×5 M-F.
We offer a P1- P3 SLA with P1 mission critical and P2 – key features unusable and P3 – not operating as documented.
On Open Source products, we do not offer P4 (enhancement and bug fix requests)
Our standard contract provides for 20 tickets per year.
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