🎉 What’s new in Elastic 8.13

Learn about Elastic 8.13 which includes the GA of Amazon Bedrock support within the Elastic AI Assistant for Observability, new vector search configurations, an integration filter plugin for Logstash, and more.

Elastic Search helps developers implement modern search and discovery experiences. The 8.13 release includes an expanded toolkit for relevance (including the GA of new vector search configurations, the GA of the synonyms API, and the tech preview of Learning to Rank), enhanced tools for managing connectors (to sync private data for search applications), the tech preview of Elastic’s integration with Cohere and ELSER query optimization, and more.

Elastic Observability transforms metrics, logs, and traces into actionable IT insights to unify observability across the digital ecosystem. The 8.13 release includes AI Assistant enhancements (including the GA of support for Amazon Bedrock and the tech preview of editing and visualizing ES|QL queries), the GA of SLO enhancements, and more.

Elastic Security unifies SIEM, endpoint security, and cloud security to detect, investigate, and respond to threats at cloud scale. The 8.13 release includes a refined benchmark rules experience, advanced endpoint response actions, a suite of enhancements to help users continue to accelerate their security program, and more.

All of Elastic’s out-of-the box solutions are built on the Elasticsearch Platform. All users, regardless of use case, benefit from core enhancements. The 8.13 release brings the GA of the resolve cluster API, performance improvements in Kibana, Apache Lucene 9.10, a new Logstash integration filter, the GA of Elastic Agent support for Kafka, and more.

More details are in the Elasticsearch platform highlights blog or in the 8.13 release notes

Deploy / Download / Upgrade now!

Elastic 8.13 is available now on Elastic Cloud — the only hosted Elasticsearch offering to include all of the new features in this latest release.

New to Elastic? Welcome aboard. You can get started today with a free 14-day trial of Elastic Cloud. Or, if the benefits of using a managed service have yet to win you over, you can always download a self-managed version of the Elastic Stack for free.

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