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Full Text Search on All Your Data
By combining a best-practice data science platform with full text search, any information, structured and unstructured, can be retrieved from billions of log lines. With the best aspects of Snowflake and the Kibana interface, you have an easy-to-use and scalable search solution.
Elysium Analytics Search is a fully managed service that makes it easy for you to deploy, secure, and run searches cost-effectively at scale. With Elysium Analytics Search, you only pay for what you use – there is no upfront cost or usage requirements and no operational overhead.
Improve your SOC team’s productivity, enabling search on all your data on Snowflake at cloud scale. Elysium Analytics Search is pre-configured and ready to go on all the data you have in your Snowflake data warehouses with the instant and near-infinite performance, concurrency, and scale your organization requires. Compute usage is billed on a per-second basis, with a minimum of 60 seconds.
Leveraging the familiar Kibana interface, you can quickly access all your data with the flexibility you are used to from Kibana. No set up or deployment required.
How to Search Your Logs, Metrics, and Traces?
You can interactively search and explore your data with a pre-defined index pattern by simply entering your search criteria in the Query Bar. By default, you use Kibana’s standard query language which features autocomplete and a simple, easy-to-use syntax query language. With the pre-configured index pattern, you can interactively explore your data in Discover and analyze your data in charts, tables, gauges, tag clouds, and more, in Visualize.
When submitting a search request, the histogram, Documents table, and Fields list are updated to reflect the search results. The total number of hits, or matching events, is shown in the toolbar. The Documents table shows the first 500 hits. By default, the hits are listed in reverse chronological order, with the newest documents shown first. You can reverse the sort order by clicking the Time column header. You can also sort the table by the values in any indexed field.