Elastic Announces Centralized Management of Elastic Enterprise Search

Delivering Optimized Search Experiences and Relevant Insights for Customers Via a Single Management Interface

  • Enabling deeper search experience insights with Kibana visualizations

  • Introducing precision tuning in App Search for customized web and application search results

  • Providing customers with synonym support in Workplace Search as well as data ingestion flexibility with out-of-the-box content sources

Elastic , the company behind Elasticsearch and the Elastic Stack, announces a single management interface for Elastic Enterprise Search in Kibana, updated App Search precision tuning capabilities, and content source flexibility and synonym support for Workplace Search in the 7.14 release of Elastic Enterprise Search.

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Elastic Enterprise Search can now be centrally managed in Kibana, the single management interface for all Elastic solutions. With this beta integration, users can access App Search and Workplace Search features with consistent, cross-platform navigation in Kibana to create new engines, tune query relevance, manage user access, and customize visualizations.

Elastic also introduces precision tuning, now in beta and available in Kibana and via the App Search API. Users can narrow or broaden their search results by adjusting precision and recall settings on their search engine with an easy-to-use precision tuning slider.

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Elastic introduces the general availability of new indexing flexibility to prebuilt data integrations with more configurability for content source synchronization in Workplace Search. With 18 out-of-the box content sources, customers can specify which objects to synchronize or exclude when ingesting content sources, including object type, path or location, file type, and field. Synonym support is also available in Workplace Search, enabling customers to create relationships between search terms in a simple interface and tailor results for augmented search relevancy, without the need for reindexing.