Changes Adding support for customer packages (dictionary files) to Amazon Elasticsearch Service
Changes Amazon Elasticsearch Service now offers fine-grained access control, which adds multiple capabilities to give tighter control over data. New features include the ability to use roles to define granular permissions for indices, documents, or fields and to extend Kibana with read-only views and secure multi-tenant support.
Changes UltraWarm storage provides a cost-effective way to store large amounts of read-only data on Amazon Elasticsearch Service. Rather than attached storage, UltraWarm nodes use Amazon S3 and a sophisticated caching solution to improve performance. For indices that you are not actively writing to and query less frequently, UltraWarm storage offers significantly lower costs per GiB. In Elasticsearch, these warm indices behave just like any other index. You can query them using the same APIs or use them to create dashboards in Kibana.
Changes Amazon Elasticsearch Service now supports configuring additional options for domain endpoint, such as whether to require HTTPS for all traffic.
Changes Amazon Elasticsearch Service now supports M5, C5, and R5 instance types.
Changes Feature: Support for three Availability Zone deployments
Changes Amazon Elasticsearch Service now supports customer-scheduled service software updates. When new service software becomes available, you can request an update to your domain and benefit from new features more quickly. If you take no action, we update the service software automatically after a certain time frame.
Changes Amazon Elasticsearch Service adds support for node-to-node encryption for new domains running Elasticsearch version 6.0 and above
Changes Amazon Elasticsearch Service adds support for no downtime, in-place upgrade for Elasticsearch version 5.1 and above.
Changes This change brings support for Reserved Instances to AWS Elasticsearch.
Changes This adds Amazon Cognito authentication support to Kibana.
Changes Added support for encryption of data at rest on Amazon Elasticsearch Service using AWS KMS
Changes This release adds support for VPC access to Amazon Elasticsearch Service.
Changes AWS Elasticsearch adds support for enabling slow log publishing. Using slow log publishing options customers can configure and enable index/query slow log publishing of their domain to preferred AWS Cloudwatch log group.
Changes Added three new API calls to expose Amazon Elasticsearch imposed limits.
Changes Updates to Elasticsearch version 2.3, which offers improved performance, memory management, and security. It also offers several new features includinng pipeline aggregations to perform advanced analytics like moving averages and derivatives, and enhancements to geospatial queries.