Elastic announces general availability of APM correlations and integration of Google Cloud Dataflow into Elastic Observability



Accelerate root cause analysis and simplify troubleshooting modern cloud applications

  • Improved visualization and workflow tools to enable users to quickly identify, diagnose and resolve application issues

  • Faster data ingestion with new Google Cloud Dataflow integration

MOUNTAIN VIEW, California, September 23, 2021– (BUSINESS WIRE) – Elastic (NYSE: ESTC) (“Elastic”), the company behind Elasticsearch and the Elastic Suite, announced new features and enhancements to the Elastic Observability solution in its version 7.15, enabling users to simplify and speed up root cause analysis for faster troubleshooting of modern cloud applications.

Extended capabilities include general availability of Elastic Application Performance Monitoring (APM) correlations. Designed to help DevOps and site reliability teams overcome the overwhelming amount of data and complex dependencies associated with keeping modern cloud applications running, Elastic APM Correlations leverage machine learning to simplify and accelerate analysis root causes.

Visualization and workflow enhancements within Elastic Observability provide unified visibility and analysis across the entire application ecosystem with two new troubleshooting views, allowing users to identify, diagnose and quickly resolve application issues.

A new Google Cloud Dataflow integration enables smooth ingestion of log data directly from the Google Cloud Console. This agentless approach improves customer efficiency by reducing administrative costs and streamlining the monitoring of native Google Cloud services.

For more information, see the Elastic blog about what’s new in Elastic Observability 7.15.

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