Elasticsearch and Kibana moving to SSPL license model starting version 7.11 — What you should know about this?

  • While for any organization, a self-managed Elasticsearch or ELK stack (on-prem or cloud) without any offerings as a service, there should not have any problem, but you will need to accept the new license starting 7.1l, please consult your audit team to understand the impacts.
  • For cloud providers of Elasticsearch as a managed service such as AWS, Azure — the new updates can bring impacts. The user of the cloud service would not be directly affected, however, they may not be see newer version upgrade starting 7.11 and beyond for time being.
  • In 2019, Elastic and Google teamed up to bring a more native Elasticsearch Service experience on Google Cloud. The duo has deeper GCP integration now, however, the impacts are unclear.

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