Hosted Elasticsearch Service

Launch our supported, fully-managed, RESTful search application instantly.
Scale up or down and pay as you go.

More Affordable at Any Scale

Get affordable prices for large datasets with free 24/7 premium support and maintenance.

Single Endpoint Smart Scaling

Resize and replicate any cluster from your dashboard without switching endpoints.

A Perfect, Dedicated Fit

Adjust RAM and processors independently to align with your data requirements.

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Free 24/7 support and maintenance for every customer

With Qbox, you can count on your clusters being up when you need them. You're fully backed with a SLA, a dedicated support team, and fully managed upgrades and migrations.

  • Fully managed upgrades and migrations

    Upgrading to the newest Elasticsearch version has never been so easy. Our support team will work with you and follow up to make sure there are no issues with your cluster upgrade.

  • Automatic backups and simple restore

    Have an issue and need to roll back? We're here to help. Qbox will work with you to quickly restore your data with minimal downtime.

  • Add or remove plugins on demand

    Want to add the newest plugin on the block to your existing Elasticsearch cluster? With Qbox, it's as easy as sending a ticket to our support team. We'll take care of the rest.

Available on multiple cloud platforms in over 47 regions

Qbox is the only hosted Elasticsearch provider that allows you to choose both the location and the cloud platform of your cluster, which lowers response times significantly.

Qbox makes it easy for us to provision an Elasticsearch cluster without wasting time on all the details of cluster configuration.

Chris Olivares, Software Engineer

Infinitely Scalable

Launch a 1-node Elasticsearch cluster for testing and then scale to a 10-node production cluster with ease.

Unrestricted API

Whether it’s 10 thousand or 10 billion documents you need to index, we’ve got it covered.

VPC Peering

Increase your security and throughput with VPC peering. Available on clusters on the AWS platform.

Kibana, Logstash, and Elasticsearch. Get the ELK stack, a suite of powerful search analytics for your cluster.

Hook your cluster into the ELK stack to get detailed Kibana and Logstash analytics. Let our expert support team help design your ideal ELK Stack infrastructure.

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Elasticsearch News & Tutorials

Learn more about Qbox Elasticsearch and how to get the most out of shards, aggregations, and more.

  • The Elasticsearch English Analyzer: Diving Deep and Customizing

    Analyzers are made up of two main components: a Tokenizer and a set of Token Filters. The tokenizer splits text into tokens according to some set of rules, and the token filters each perform operations on those tokens. The result is a stream of processed tokens, which are either stored in the index or used to query results.

  • How to Use Elasticsearch, Logstash, and Kibana to Manage NGINX Logs

    A comprehensive log management and analysis strategy is mission critical, enabling organizations to understand the relationship between operational, security, and change management events and to maintain a comprehensive understanding of their infrastructure. Log files from web servers, applications, and operating systems also provide valuable data, although in different formats, and in a random and distributed fashion.

    As with any web server, the task of logging NGINX is somewhat of a challenge. NGINX access and error logs can produce thousands of log lines every second, and this data, if monitored properly, can provide you with valuable information not only on what has already transpired but also on what is about to happen. But how do you extract actionable insights from this information? How do you effectively monitor such a large amount of data?

    NGINX access logs contain a wealth of information including client requests and currently active client connections that, if monitored efficiently, can provide a clear picture of how the web server and the application that it serves is behaving. This tutorial describes how Qbox can be used to overcome this challenge by monitoring NGINX access logs with Qbox provisioned Elasticsearch Stack.

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