Dattell provides expert consulting, support, deployment, and training for Open Distro for Elasticsearch for AWS, Google Cloud, Azure, and On-Prem deployments. Open Distro is a new open source technology that supplements the Elastic Stack with authentication options, alerting, simplified search, and performance analysis.
Open Distro for Elasticsearch
Elasticsearch is a widely used, horizontably scalable, open source database that has become a vital technology for log analytics and efficient search. Open Distro for Elasticsearch offers four new powerful technologies that sit on top of the Elastic Stack to provide more security and functionality.
Security and Login. Open Distro for Elasticsearch offers new security technology with an extensive suite of security features. These features include authentication, encryption in-flight, detailed access control, audit logging, improved compliance features, among others. Authentication includes options such as Active Directory and OpenID.
Performance Analyzer. Open Distro’s Performance Analyzer delivers visibility into system congestion or bottlenecks. This technology allows users to query Elasticsearch, network, disk and operating system metrics in tandem.
Alerting and Monitoring. Open Distro’s event monitoring and alerting technology allows users to track events and send automated notifications to stakeholders. The system interfaces with Kibana using a pre-built API. Alerts can be customized to include specific conditions.
New Query Tools. Open Distro for Elasticsearch offers an improved search experience, similar to SQL. It also allows Elasticsearch to integrate with SQL-compliant technologies. Additionally, Open Distro’s technology provides direct export to CSV, along with dozens more functions.
Why Choose Dattell for Open Distro Consulting
Dattell has deployed Elasticsearch across high-volume Fortune 100 Companies, high-security government infrastructure, and customized start-up use cases.
Our consulting engagements start at $2,500 a month.
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Our engagements span short-term audits and training to longer-term implementation and support.
Every engagement includes an assigned engineer who works with your team through video meetings, Slack channels, emails, and phone calls to provide real-time feedback and guidance.
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