Cloud Search Service (CSS) is a fully hosted distributed search service based on Elasticsearch. You can use it for structured and unstructured data search, and use AI vectors for combine search, statistics, and reports. CSS is a fully managed cloud service of the ELK Stack and is compatible with Elasticsearch, Kibana, and Cerebro.
Elasticsearch is a distributed search engine that can be deployed in standalone or cluster mode. The heart of the ELK Stack, Elasticsearch clusters support multi-condition search, statistical analysis, and create visualized reports of structured and unstructured text. For details about Elasticsearch, see the Elasticsearch: The Definitive Guide.
CSS can be automatically deployed, allowing you to quickly create Elasticsearch clusters. It provides the search engine optimization practices and does not require your O&M. Additionally, it has a robust monitoring system to present you key metrics, including clusters and query performance so that you can focus on the business logic.
Compatible with Elasticsearch
Freely use Elasticsearch APIs and other software in the ecosystem, such as Beats and Kibana.
Support various data sources
A few simple configurations can allow you to smoothly connect to multiple data sources, such as FTP, OBS, HBase, and Kafka. No extra coding is required.
One-click cluster application, capacity expansion, and restart from small-scale testing to large-scale rollout
User-defined snapshot policies
Trigger backup snapshots manually or configure an automated schedule.