Connect and collect with integrations

Whether your data is in a single cloud, across multiple clouds, or on-premises, Elastic gives you the flexibility to use a variety of data ingestion methods. Connect, scale, and explore your data with turn-key integrations for cloud-native infrastructure, and applications, security activity and context, content repositories, and more — all from a single intuitive UI.


Learn the foundational concepts of Elastic Agent and Fleet.

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Learn how to get started ingesting data with the Elastic Agent.

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Elastic Agent and Fleet make it easier to integrate your systems with Elastic.

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Go from zero to insights in no time

Elastic's out-of-the-box integrations make data ingestion and connecting to other data sources easy—allowing you to store, search, and analyze data from any source in your environment.

  • Easily ingest and put your data to work

    Make your data searchable with turn-key integrations—no matter the source or format. Unify logs, metrics, traces, files, web content, security events and context, and more to address your unique use cases.

  • Get visibility within seconds

    Integrations ship with turn-key components like pre-built dashboards for faster analysis. Save time and effort when you get end-to-end visibility and gain insights quickly in minutes.

  • While you collect, why not protect?

    Use the same data to protect endpoints from ransomware, malware, and advanced threats. Enable practitioners to inspect and respond to events across your distributed environment.

Ingest methods

Ship data from all your sources

You can ship metrics, logs, traces, content, and events from your apps and infrastructure with Elastic Agent, web crawler, connectors, and more. Elastic’s open, common data model, Elastic Common Schema (ECS), gives you the flexibility to collect, store, and visualize any data from any source. Parse, enrich, and protect your data to drive valuable insights in minutes.

  • Elastic Agent

    If you'd like to centrally manage data ingestion with easy one-click integrations and scalability, check out the Elastic Agent, the preferred ingest method for observability and security use cases.

  • Web crawler

    If you want to make external or even authenticated web content searchable, use the native Elastic web crawler to index your website and create a modernized search experience.

  • Data connectors

    If you'd like to create a unified search experience across your SaaS productivity and collaboration tools, use content source connectors for Enterprise Search.

  • API

    If you'd prefer to use APIs to ingest your data check out the Document APIs as well as the Ingest APIs for ingest pipelines and processors.

  • Elastic language clients

    If you prefer to build solutions written in your language of choice to create the perfect search experience, use the full featured language clients.

  • Logstash

    If you want to collect and transform your data, check out the data processing pipeline that can ingest data regardless of format with Logstash.

Cloud provider integrations

Send data to Elastic Cloud with simplified, native integrations on Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud.

  • Natively ingest logs stored in Amazon S3 into Elastic with the Elastic serverless forwarder and view them in Elastic alongside other logs and metrics for centralized analytics. In addition, ingest container logs from Amazon ECS with the native integration of AWS FireLens to easily collect container and storage logs for faster analysis.

  • Automate the ingestion of Azure platform logs within the Microsoft Azure portal with the native integration. Easily monitor your virtual machines when you install the VM extension to stream logs and metrics into Elastic. Seamlessly ingest logs and metrics from Microsoft Azure Spring Cloud to unify visibility across your Spring Boot Applications.

  • Simplify your architecture when you stream events and logs from Google Pup/Sub (an asynchronous messaging service), Google Cloud Storage (GCS), (an object storage solution) and BigQuery (a serverless data warehouse), into Elastic using Google Dataflow. In addition, leverage the Elastic App Search extension to add search functionality to mobile and web applications.

See it in action

Hear from organizations who are using Elastic to power business-critical use cases.

  • Customer Spotlight

    Building a defensive security program to monitor malicious activity

  • Customer Spotlight

    Wrangling search to better understand users and improve KPIs

  • Customer Spotlight

    Monitoring application infrastructure across a major financial institution