Friday, 5 January 2018

With Amazon Elasticsearch Service utlising the I3 instance you can now operate Petabyte-Scale Clusters

Amazon Elasticsearch Service now supports I3 instance that enables you to store up to 1.5 petabytes of data in single Elasticsearch cluster for large log analytics workloads. By utilizing the I3 instance you can now store up to 15 terabytes of data in each mode and receive up to 3x hike in indexing throughput for less than 50 percent of the cost of earlier generation I2 instances. With the petabyte-scale support, you can now log a more data compare to the earlier capacity and simultaneously expand the duration to retain data for analytics. With the increased performance of I3 instances allows you to support more workloads, provide high ingestion rates and lower query response time compared to other instance types. 

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