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"
Scalable multi-node clusters in isolated VMs
Kibana, plugins, & rivers to existing databases
Authentication & private IP access

$40 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
  • Hong Kong
  • Ireland
  • London
  • Melbourne
  • N. California
  • Oregon
  • Sao Paulo
  • Seattle
  • Singapore
  • Sydney
  • Texas
  • Tokyo
  • Toronto
  • Washington, DC


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Qbox and the Poodle Vulnerability (CVE-2014-3566)

by Mark Brandon on Oct 17, 2014

As vulnerabilities go, the recent POODLE vulnerability's growl is worse than its bite, much like the namesake dog breed. POODLE (Padding Oracle on Downgraded Legacy Encryption) is a "man in the middle" explo...

Community Highlight: U.S. Open Data Institute's Legal Synonyms Project

by Mark Brandon on Oct 15, 2014

We're dusting off an old practice of highlighting important and cool projects coming from the Elasticsearch open source community. Today we are calling attention to the Legal Synonyms Project from U.S. Open ...

Migrating from Facets to Aggregations

by Mark Brandon on Oct 13, 2014

(This is a guest post by Brad Simmons, a friend of the company with deep experience in building faceted navigation in the e-commerce context. -- Mark Brandon) The aggregations module was introduced in the 1...