Powerful search and analytics

Qbox is managed cloud hosting for Elasticsearch, the bleeding edge of open source full-text search. Whether it's 10 thousand or 10 billion documents, we've got it covered.

Scale at your fingertips

From a single page, launch a 1-node microcluster for testing or a 10-node production cluster big enough to search all the phone call data you've been collecting.

On-demand around the globe

Built for Amazon EC2, Rackspace, & SoftLayer, Qbox can deploy Elasticsearch to any major data center region in the world. There's no extra wait for availability in your area.

Index a document

curl https://..qbox.io/products/product -d '{
  "title" : "Product Name",
  "price" : 24.99


curl https://..qbox.io/products/_search -d '{
  "query" : {
    "match" : {
      "title" : "Product Name"
Single-tenant multi-node clusters in isolated VMs
Kibana, plugins, & rivers to existing databases
Authentication & private IP access

$60 introductory credit on signup

Apply your credit however you'd like: Test a cluster on a small server free for an entire month, or apply the credit towards a bigger cluster and save on your first invoice.

Elasticsearch as a service
  • Amsterdam
  • Chicago
  • Dallas
  • Frankfurt
  • Hong Kong
  • Houston
  • Ireland
  • London
  • Melbourne
  • N. California
  • Oregon
  • Paris
  • San Jose
  • Sao Paulo
  • Seattle
  • Singapore
  • Sydney
  • Tokyo
  • Toronto
  • Washington, DC


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How-to: Quick-and-Easy Resizing of your Elasticsearch Cluster

by John Vanderzyden on Apr 08, 2015

Auto-scaling has been a frequent-request feature since the inception of the Qbox service because auto-scaling with Elasticsearch isn't as easy as is commonly thought. Horizontal scaling up is trivial, of co...

Advanced Kibana Analytics (Part 4 of Series)

by Vineeth Mohan on Apr 06, 2015

We come now to the 4th article in our Kibana tutorial blog series. We covered three advanced analytics features (maps analytics, hits analytics, and list anaytics) in Advanced Kibana Analytics (Part 3 of Ser...

An Introduction to Ngrams in Elasticsearch

by Sloan Ahrens on Mar 24, 2015

Note to the impatient: Need some quick ngram code to get a basic version of autocomplete working? See the TL;DR at the end of this blog post. In this post we will walk though the basics of using ngrams in ...