Managed Elasticsearch Hosting

Choose the Elasticsearch Hosting Plans

One-click upgrade or downgrade cloud hosting plans for Elasticsearch to fit your business needs.

Express Plan for Elasticsearch™
Starting at $ 4.99/month
  • Single Node
  • 2 CPU Cores
  • 2GB Memory
  • 60GB SSD Disk
  • 60GB SATA Backup Storage
  • Monthly : $6.99/month
  • Semi-Annually : $6.49/month
  • Annually : $5.99/month
  • Biennially : $4.99/month
  • Unmetered Bandwidth
  • Weekly Backup
  • On-Demand Backup
  • Unlimited Databases
  • 24/7 Technical Support
Basic Plan for Elasticsearch™
Starting at $ 8.99/month
  • Single Node
  • 3 CPU Cores
  • 4GB Memory
  • 100GB SSD Disk
  • 100GB SATA Backup Storage
  • Monthly : $12.99/month
  • Semi-Annually : $11.99/month
  • Annually : $10.99/month
  • Biennially : $8.99/month
  • Unmetered Bandwidth
  • Twice per Week Backup
  • On-Demand Backup
  • Unlimited Databases
  • 24/7 Technical Support
Professional Plan for Elasticsearch™
Starting at $ 15.99/month
  • Single Node
  • 4 CPU Cores
  • 8GB Memory
  • 160GB SSD Disk
  • 160GB SATA Backup Storage
  • Monthly : $23.99/month
  • Semi-Annually : $21.99/month
  • Annually : $19.99/month
  • Biennially : $15.99/month
  • Unmetered Bandwidth
  • Three Times per Week Backup
  • On-Demand Backup
  • Unlimited Databases
  • 24/7 Technical Support
Advanced Plan for Elasticsearch™
Starting at $ 31.99/month
  • Single Node
  • 6 CPU Cores
  • 16GB Memory
  • 240GB SSD Disk
  • 240GB SATA Backup Storage
  • Monthly : $43.99/month
  • Semi-Annually : $40.99/month
  • Annually : $37.99/month
  • Biennially : $31.99/month
  • Unmetered Bandwidth
  • Daily Backup
  • On-Demand Backup
  • Unlimited Databases
  • 24/7 Technical Support

Features of all Elasticsearch hosting plans

Platform Features

Orchestrator

Kubernetes

Operating System for Managed Elasticsearch

Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

Container Runtime

Docker

SSL Connection for Elasticsearch on Kubernetes

Instance for Elasticsearch on Kubernetes

Dedicated

Support Features

Management Features

Optional Addons

Technical Questions about Cloud Hosting for Elasticsearch

Advantages of Elasticsearch Hosting

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Instant Search

Built on top of Lucene, Elasticsearch is able to execute complex queries in parallel, quickly finding the best matches for your full-text searches from large data sets.

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Document Oriented (JSON)

Elasticsearch uses schema-free JSON documents and relies on the flexible data models to build and update visitor profiles to meet the demanding workloads and low latency required for real-time engagement.

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Easy to Use

Elasticsearch works with ingestion tools such as Kibana to generate reports and visualize your data. These capabilities along with a short learning curve, allow you to quickly start working on use cases.

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Rich Programming Language Support

It is quite easy for developers to integrate with Elasticsearch because it has client libraries for many programming languages, including Java, JavaScript, PHP, Python, Go, and many more.

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Multi-Tenancy

You can host multiple indexes on one Elasticsearch installation – node or cluster. Each index can have multiple “types”, which are essentially completely different indexes.

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Auto-Completion

Elasticsearch supports auto-completion functionality that helps guide users to relevant documents as they type.

Get Started with Elasticsearch in Minutes

Elasticsearch Tutorial for Beginners
In this tutorial, Elasticsearch Tutorial for Beginners, Udemy instructor, Frank Kane will cover Elasticsearch, the Elastic Stack, Kibana, Beats, and Logstash in depth.

Managed Elasticsearch Hosting on Kubernetes Cloud

Cloud hosting enables applications and websites to be accessed using cloud resources. Unlike traditional hosting, the solution is not deployed on a single server. On the contrary, a network composed of connected virtual and physical cloud servers carries applications or websites, ensuring greater flexibility and scalability. The cloud Elasticsearch hosting platform is a cluster of powerful servers that tolerates a single point of hardware failures and increases loads, guaranteeing a high uptime.