Elastic Stack 7.8.0 released
We are pleased to announce the general availability of version 7.8 of the Elastic Stack.
We expect 7.8 to help our customers and users onboard more data into Elastic, streamline navigation and management, and power deeper investigations and greater insights from that data with purpose-built tools across our top use cases.
Elastic Stack 7.8 is available right now on
Elastic Cloud — the only hosted Elasticsearch offering to include all of the new features in 7.8. Or you can download the Elastic Stack and our cloud orchestration products, Elastic Cloud Enterprise and Elastic Cloud for Kubernetes, for a self-managed experience. Learn more with our release blog posts:
Elastic Stack 7.8 (Elasticsearch, Kibana, Logstash, Beats) delivers new capabilities to market, helping our customers and users onboard more data into Elastic, streamline navigation and management, and power deeper investigations and greater insights...
Elasticsearch 7.8.0 is here! Featuring enhancements to geospatial aggregations (to support geoshapes), a new t-test metrics aggregation, reduced aggregation memory consumption, and more.
Kibana 7.8 introduces a brand new side navigation organized to help you find the apps you care about. Also in this release: dashboard drilldowns, pie charts and treemaps in Kibana Lens, plus a new observability layer for APM data in Elastic Maps.
We're excited to announce the release of Elastic Enterprise Search 7.8, with some special love shown to search admins, who gain new tools for SSO/SAML authentication and document-level access control in Workplace Search, plus improved capabilities...
Elastic Observability 7.8.0 released with enhanced Google Cloud integration, machine learning powered service maps, TLS certificate monitoring, and more
Experience Elastic Security 7.8, with Jira integration, an enhanced investigation UI, new out-of-the-box detection rules, and expanded data collection and analysis.