The OpenSearch Platform
Build enterprise-grade applications on a vendor-neutral, open-source foundation
OpenSearch is a distributed, community-driven, fully open-source search and analytics suite. Built-in security, scalable capacity and performance, and support for high availability help make OpenSearch a solid foundation for enterprise-grade applications across search, observability, security analytics, and more. You can run OpenSearch on premises or in hybrid or multicloud environments and put its broad and deep feature set to work as you see fit—with no licensing fees.
Oded David R&D Director Coralogix
At Coralogix, we believe in making observability fast, cost effective, and accessible, without limitations. That’s why we believe in building with open source tools. OpenSearch gives us a powerful, flexible, open source foundation to enable full-stack observability and real-time streaming analytics at scale for customers everywhere.
Chris Nelligan VP & CTO, Enterprise Products Dow Jones
At Dow Jones we use a variety of open source software projects to solve challenging technology problems. We are excited by the recent launch of OpenSearch and how it might enhance some of our key managed Observability services. We look forward to its advancement, and participating in the OpenSearch community.
Elizabeth Byrnes Managing Director Global Investment Research Division Goldman Sachs
Open source solutions have changed the way people are thinking about software and hardware alike. The recent launch of OpenSearch marks an exciting time, and we look forward to empowering our research content platform to achieve an enhanced client, curator and developer experience.
Thierry Carrez General Manager OpenInfra Foundation
We in the OpenInfra community are energized by how OpenSearch has engaged with the vision of an open development model, based on the four principles of open source, open design, open development, and open community. And, OpenSearch’s support as an infrastructure donor to the OpenStack community is a tangible proof point of how our communities are working together to deliver open source software that runs in production.
David Chaiken Chief Architect Pinterest
Pinterest makes extensive use of open source software in our product, which brings inspiration to hundreds of millions of people around the world. And we contribute software to communities that are working together to advance the state of the art. Because we value open source communities, we are excited that OpenSearch provides a fully open source search and analytics suite.
Sanchit Jain Practice Lead and AWS APN Ambassador Quantiphi
We embrace cloud technologies that are built on open-source services and technologies so that our customer use cases are well supported and agnostic of vendors. Earlier, we relied centrally on Elasticsearch for source tracking, content search, and log analytics because of its ability to ingest and log large volumes of data. With the launch of OpenSearch, we can serve customers across industries through its additional capabilities such as Advanced security and alerting, KNN Search, and anomaly detection. It also facilitates faster decision-making for the stakeholders through its integrated visualization tool, OpenSearch Dashboards. In conclusion, we’re excited to leverage OpenSearch in our future engagements.
Vikram Reddy Kosanam Director/Head of Data, Analytics, and AI/ML Professional Services Rackspace Technology
At Rackspace Technology, we welcome more open-source contribution and collaboration as it underpins modern analytics platforms and technologies. Our engineers utilize the open-source spectrum across our data platform implementations and are excited by the increased options and flexibility OpenSearch offers when building modern data solutions for our customers. We look forward to supporting its advancement and participating in the OpenSearch community.
Jan Schaffner SVP and Head of BTP Foundational Plane SAP
SAP customers expect a unified, business-centric and open SAP Business Technology Platform. Our observability strategy uses Elasticsearch as a major enabler. OpenSearch provides a true open source path and community-driven approach to move this forward.
Rakesh Verma Global Practice Head, Data Engineering & Platforms Wipro
More and more businesses consider open source to be an important part of their technology strategy. Wipro has been a pioneer and thought leader in Open Source with deep foundations into open source community and development process. We are delighted to see OpenSearch provide an open source search and analytics suite that could enhance some of our key services around log aggregation, operational monitoring and data observability. We look forward to actively contributing and participating in the OpenSearch community.
Yasin Mohammed Engineering Manager, Cloud Operations Zoom Video Communications
At Zoom we recognize the importance of open source software as it allows a diverse community of developers to solve problems together. We are excited to see OpenSearch provide an open source solution for search, log analytics and more.
The OpenSearch Toolbox
OpenSearch is a powerful search and analytics engine built on Apache Lucene.
At its core sits the fundamental tooling that makes OpenSearch an ideal foundation for a vast range of applications.
The essential search functionality, interfaces and infrastructure, and data management capabilities that make OpenSearch so scalable, high performing, and dependable all live in the OpenSearch core repository.
OpenSearch Dashboards is the open-source data visualization toolset built to work with OpenSearch.
With Dashboards, you get a flexible, fully integrated solution for visually exploring and querying your data.
Use Dashboards as the interface to manage your clusters, drill into your data, and identify, visualize, and report your discoveries.
You can explore OpenSearch Dashboards live on OpenSearch Playground.
Data Prepper is the server-side data collector designed to enrich, transform, and aggregate data for downstream analytics and visualization within OpenSearch.
Use Data Prepper to create custom pipelines that improve your operational understanding of infrastructure or applications through the log and trace data they generate.
The OpenSearch platform includes a vast array of built-in features, with new features contributed in every major or minor release. The following are a few of the capabilities that help OpenSearch stand alone.
|Opensearch Platform Key Features
|Enhance your dashboarding experience by building maps to aid in analysis.
|Assure systems are meeting expectations by setting up static alerts on your cluster or the systems you support.
|Meet your users where they are with query languages they are comfortable with.
|k-NN/vector database capabilities
|Use OpenSearch’s vector database capabilities to power your AI search queries.
|Learning to Rank
|Combine probabilistic ranking with your usage data to build tailored search experiences.
|Complement alerting with anomaly detection for time-series data to detect unusual behavior in complex situations.
|Index State Management (ISM)
|Ensure your OpenSearch indexes are running efficiently using ISM policies.
The OpenSearch Project includes a network of partners who provide hosted solutions, offer help with technical challenges, or build tools to extend the suite’s capabilities. Interested in becoming a project partner? Here’s how.
When you download OpenSearch, what happens next is up to you. As fully open-source software licensed under Apache 2.0, OpenSearch offers you the freedom to modify, extend, monetize, or resell the software and the flexibility to deploy it on a variety of infrastructures.