Elastic Stack 7.2.0 released
We are thrilled to announce that version 7.2 of the Elastic Stack has landed, and it’s another big one!
Elastic SIEM makes its debut & Elastic App Search adds a self-managed deployment option. Plus, we continue to invest in observability with .NET APM support, Metrics Explorer & improved Kubernetes services monitoring.
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Elastic Stack 7.2 is here, and it's a big one. Find out about Elastic SIEM, Elastic App Search on-prem, observability updates, and more.
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Elastic APM 7.2.0 released, including the beta .NET agent, expanded agent metrics, WebLogic and JBoss support, and support for multiple environments
Observability is even easier with Elastic Stack 7.2. Learn about improvements, like .NET support and agent-specific metrics for Elastic APM, the new Metrics Explorer for monitoring infrastructure, and Kubernetes (k8s) service monitoring.
Elastic Logs 7.2.0 released with improved support for structured logs, customizable column views, new NATS and CoreDNS modules, and CRI-O container log input
Elastic Uptime 7.2.0 released with a more compact UI, custom ID and location support, as well integrations to quickly access Logs, Metrics, and APM Traces