After many months of blood, sweat, and tears (tears of joy of course), we are super excited that Signals, our free Enterprise Alerting solution for Elasticsearch and Kibana has reached GA now.
Read all about Signals in our corresponding blog post:
At the time of writing, Signals is available for Elasticsearch 7.5.x, but we will backport it to cover 7.4.x and 7.3.x as well. Check our latest releases page or the announcement section of this forum to stay up to date!
Signals ships with sample watches that you can use to test all of our features quickly. We also started a series of blog posts that talk about each and every aspect of Signals in detail, and also show how to implement the most common use cases:
The GA release is just the first step towards a broad range of new features that we will be releasing, all build on top of the technical foundation of Signals. If you want to see a certain feature or if you want to know if a certain use case is supported, please post your questions on this forum:
- Feature Requests: https://forum.search-guard.com/c/search-guard-feature-requests/9
- Signals General: https://forum.search-guard.com/c/alerting-signals/12
We have also published extensive documentation which covers all aspects of Signals:
My personal thanks go out to the Search Guard development team! Thanks for being part of the Search Guard journey, thanks for all your creative input regarding the feature set and use cases, thanks for the top-notch project planning, and thanks for the highest level of quality you always provide. And, thanks for your patience when one of the integration tests failed again last-minute Looking forward to an awesome 2020 together with you!
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