X Pack? Open Source or needs licensing?

(Divit Sharma) #1

I want to use xpack in my organisation. Is it open source? Which of its component is free and which one needs licensing?

(David Pilato) #2

While the code for X-Pack is available in a public repository, we do not claim that it is "Open Source". See Subscriptions about the different features available.

The default distribution of Elasticsearch includes all of X-Pack, but the default license is "basic".

You can activate a free trial of the commercial features via Kibana (Management -> License) or via the API.

(system) #3

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