Delivering Better Search Experiences with Collected Analytics and Automated Suggestions
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Elastic (NYSE: ESTC) (“Elastic”), the company behind Elasticsearch and the Elastic Stack, announces new updates and capabilities across the Elastic Enterprise Search Solution in its 7.16 release, giving customers more power and flexibility to create, tune, and manage their search experiences.
The beta release of curations powered by adaptive relevance in Elastic App Search provides customers with automated recommendations for better tuning results. Based on users’ interactions with search results, adaptive relevance provides users with actionable insights by enabling them to harness the power of collected analytics and recommendations to tune search results for optimized search experiences.
Elastic App Search and Workplace Search features are also now generally available and accessible in Kibana from a single management interface. Users can leverage cross-platform navigation to monitor and visualize search data while ensuring a seamless, unified search experience.
Additionally, Elastic App Search now includes support for Google Firebase via the App Search extension, enabling users to more easily build premium search experiences into their applications via the seamless indexing of their data to Elastic Cloud. With this extension, users can focus on building out core components of their products by offloading premium search experiences to App Search.
For more information read the Elastic blog about what’s new in Elastic Enterprise Search 7.16.
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