• New custom automated style workflow

    Tue, Aug 08, 2023

    The OpenSearch Project is pleased to announce the rollout of an exciting mechanism in the documentation-website and project-website repos. We have implemented a custom automated style workflow to ensure that our documentation and blog posts adhere to the OpenSearch Project Style Guidelines. The workflow uses the Vale linter. We have implemented rules for spellchecking (custom to OpenSearch), punctuation, capitalization, grammar,...

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  • Using community insights to create a persona framework to improve search experiences

    Fri, Aug 04, 2023

    As the OpenSearch Project began user experience (UX) research, clarifying the persona framework was essential. Using a goals-based approach, we defined the search user, user flows, and user dependencies. In prior studies, the OpenSearch community validated four OpenSearch core user types. In this research study, we focused on producers of search solutions. This blog post explains more about our study...

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  • Overlaying anomalies and alerts on OpenSearch Dashboards visualizations

    Wed, Aug 02, 2023

    We have some exciting news to share with you!

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  • Partner Highlight: AWS releases Amazon Personalize Search Ranking for self-managed OpenSearch

    Thu, Jul 27, 2023

    OpenSearch partner and contributor AWS recently released Amazon Personalize Search Ranking, a new plugin for self-managed OpenSearch that helps users leverage the deep learning capabilities offered by Amazon Personalize and apply personalization to their search results.

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  • Introducing extensions for OpenSearch

    Tue, Jul 25, 2023

    Extensions is a new experimental feature in OpenSearch 2.9 that allows you to extend OpenSearch and independently scale workloads without impacting cluster availability. In this blog post, we will introduce extensions and compare them to plugins. Using a 36-node cluster running a machine learning algorithm that performs high-cardinality anomaly detection, we’ll demonstrate how we have achieved a cost reduction of...

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