AWS re:Invent 2021 – What's new in Amazon OpenSearch Service


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Amazon OpenSearch Service, successor to Amazon Elasticsearch Service (Amazon ES), is a fully managed service that makes it easy for you to deploy, secure, and run OpenSearch and Apache 2.0-licensed Elasticsearch clusters cost-effectively at scale. The OpenSearch project is a community-driven, open-source fork of Elasticsearch and Kibana. This session discusses customer use cases, best practices, and newly launched features. In addition, it discusses how AWS has made the move to OpenSearch seamless and what to expect going forward.

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  • Joshua Thornton
    Posted at 04:29h, 17 December

    > we here at Amazon believe in open source. -Mehul

    It seems easy to believe in free code that has made you millions. Mehul, have you ever felt a bit of guilt for the bricks you lay on the foundations of others, claiming them as your own and contributing nothing in return?