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  • OpenSearch 2.0 Clients Released

    Tue, Jun 07, 2022

    On the heels of the OpenSearch 2.0 release, the OpenSearch team is excited to announce that all OpenSearch clients have been released to support version 2.0. Not only were all clients updated, but Vacha Shah went above and beyond to improve each client repo by improving test coverage for multiple versions, support to test against unreleased versions, and adding backport...

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  • Partner Highlight: Using OpenSearch for F5 & NGINX with WorldTech IT

    Mon, Jun 06, 2022

    WorldTech IT is excited to join the OpenSearch community as users, contributors, and official OpenSearch partners

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  • OpenSearch 2.0 is now available!

    Thu, May 26, 2022

    OpenSearch 2.0 is now generally available! This release incorporates user feedback and contributions from across the OpenSearch community to deliver a wealth of new capabilities and performance enhancements. We’re grateful for the collaborative effort of the community to build a distributed search and analytics toolset with the features, usability, and open-source flexibility that developers can rely on to create their...

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  • Introducing logstash-input-opensearch plugin for OpenSearch

    Thu, May 19, 2022

    In this post, we will talk about the new input plugin for Logstash. We will show how it works with OpenSearch by giving an example on how to read data from OpenSearch, perform a transformation, and index back to OpenSearch. This use case is useful in the event you want to migrate from one OpenSearch major version to another (e.g....

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  • Metrics Ingestion with Data Prepper using OpenTelemetry

    Tue, May 17, 2022

    Data Prepper offers great capabilities for ingesting traces and logs into OpenSearch. Until now, that leaves out the third pillar of observability: metrics. Data Prepper 1.4.0 introduces support for metrics received via OpenTelemetry. This feature aligns nicely with the OpenTelemetry traces support in Data Prepper.

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