Yesterday, DevClass reported that with Elastic’s recent release of Elastic 7.15, the “recently added Google Private Service Connect looks to keep data off the internet by offering private connectivity from Google Cloud virtual private cloud to Elastic Cloud deployments.”
The release also includes updated functionality in Observability and Security, as well as the general availability of Elastic APM correlations and Elastic App Search for Enterprise Search.
On September 9, Elastic announced it has moved its Terraform provider for Elastic Cloud into general release, making it possible to “Provision Infrastructure in Single or Multi-Cloud Environments”, and to manage those assets as code.
In an earnings call transcript for Q1 of FY2021, published by the Motley Fool, Elastic credits much of its strong performance to Elastic Cloud’s ease and scalability. Subscription revenue from the SaaS platform grew 86% year-over-year.
Elastic Security 7.9 includes “new machine learning jobs and threat detection rules” for “continuous analysis of data from both AWS CloudTrail and Okta to support cloud infrastructure monitoring and identity and access monitoring.”
Elastic Cloud on AWS GovCloud has received FedRAMP Moderate authorization, allowing “users from federal agencies…to manage…personally identifiable information…and routine covered defense information…” on the platform.