Amazon OpenSearch Service

Securely unlock real-time search, monitoring, and analysis of business and operational data

Up to 750 hours per month

on t2 and t3 small.search instances with the AWS Free Tier

How it works

Amazon OpenSearch Service makes it easy for you to perform interactive log analytics, real-time application monitoring, website search, and more. OpenSearch is an open source, distributed search and analytics suite derived from Elasticsearch. Amazon OpenSearch Service is the successor to Amazon Elasticsearch Service, and offers the latest versions of OpenSearch, support for 19 versions of Elasticsearch (1.5 to 7.10 versions), as well as visualization capabilities powered by OpenSearch Dashboards and Kibana (1.5 to 7.10 versions). Amazon OpenSearch Service currently has tens of thousands of active customers with hundreds of thousands of clusters under management processing hundreds of trillions of requests per month.

How Amazon OpenSearch works
Introduction to Amazon OpenSearch Service (1:41)
Introduction to Amazon OpenSearch Service
Amazon OpenSearch Service securely unlocks real-time search, monitoring, and analysis of business and operational data for use cases like application monitoring, log analytics, observability, and website search.
Introduction to Amazon OpenSearch Service
Amazon OpenSearch Service securely unlocks real-time search, monitoring, and analysis of business and operational data for use cases like application monitoring, log analytics, observability, and website search.

Features

AWS manages the software installation, upgrades, patching, scaling (up to 3 PB), and cross-region replication with no downtime. Amazon OpenSearch Service is also bundled with a dashboard visualization tool, OpenSearch Dashboards, which helps visualize not only log and trace data, but also machine-learning powered results for anomaly detection and search relevance ranking.

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Managed OpenSearch

Focus on analysis instead of spending time managing your deployment, and adjusting deployment configurations as requirements change—while using the power of open source search.

Secure

Meet and maintain high security for authentication, authorization, encryption, audit, and regulatory compliance.

Observability

Deliver log and trace analytics solutions while developing interactive queries and visualizing results with high adaptability and speed.

Cost-conscious

Integrate fast, scalable full-text search capabilities. Manage growing analytics costs for hot, UltraWarm, and cold tiers. All features are included without upsell.

Use cases

Monitor and debug applications and infrastructure

Easily store and analyze data for comprehensive visibility into your system performance with observability logs, metrics, and traces. Set up automated alerts when your system underperforms and find root cause for availability issues.

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Manage security and event information (SIEM)

Centralize and analyze logs from disparate applications and systems across your network for real-time threat detection and incident management.

Help users quickly find relevant data with a fast, personalized search experience within your applications, websites, and data lake catalogs.

Observability

Efficiently find and fix problems, improve application health, and deliver better customer experiences.

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Customers

OpenSearch includes certain Apache-licensed Elasticsearch code from Elasticsearch B.V. and other source code. Elasticsearch B.V. is not the source of that other source code. ELASTICSEARCH is a registered trademark of Elasticsearch B.V.

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What is OpenSearch?


OpenSearch is an open source, distributed search and analytics suite derived from Elasticsearch.

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