What is ELK Stack?
The ELK stack is an acronym used to describe a stack that comprises of three popular open-source projects: Elasticsearch, Logstash, and Kibana. Often mentioned as Elasticsearch, the ELK stack gives you the power to aggregate logs from all of your systems and applications, analyze these logs, and make visualizations for application and infrastructure monitoring, faster troubleshooting, security analytics, and more. Tetra provides monitoring, troubleshooting, and IT environments security solutions using ELK Stack.
Benefits of ELK stack
· ELK is a total log-analysis platform for search, analyses and visualization of log-generated data from different machines.
· ELK can securely analyze and visualize data in real-time, from any source and format.
· ELK can perform centralized logging to assist identify any server and application-related issues across multiple servers and correlate the logs during a particular time-frame.
· ELK is geared to handle big data to supply crucial business insights.
· ELK is easy to use, set up, and is user friendly.
· As an open-source program, Elk is extremely cost-effective.
Features of ELK
· It is used to index any kind of heterogeneous data.
· It uses standard RESTful APIs and JSON.
· Full-Text Search.
· It uses Near Real-Time (NRT) search with fast results.
· Sharded, replicated searchable, JSON document store.
· Has a range of outputs and this facilitates to route data where you would like.
· Enables real-time search of indexed information.
· Execute queries on data & visualize leads to charts, tables, and maps.
· Capable of providing historical data within the sort of graphs, charts, etc.
· Perform advanced statistic analysis on your Elasticsearch data with curated statistic UIs.
· Priority support from our team of senior Elasticsearch engineers & log management specialists
· Dedicated account manager to make sure seamless onboarding for your teams
· Customizable ELK stacks hardware configurations
· Retention periods which can be tailored to your log data volumes for added flexibility
· Hosted ELK application within your corporate security infrastructure
· Hybrid hosting, combining on-premise and cloud-based components to suit your requirements