Managed OpenSearch


OpenSearch is a community-driven, open source search and analytics suite derived from Apache 2.0 licensed Elasticsearch 7.10.2 & Kibana 7.10.2.

It consists of a search engine daemon, OpenSearch, and a visualization and user interface, OpenSearch Dashboards. It enables people to easily ingest, secure, search, aggregate, view, and analyze data.

These capabilities are popular for use cases such as application search, log analytics, and more.

With OpenSearch people benefit from having an open source product they can use, modify, extend, monetize, and resell how they want.

At the same time, OpenSearch will continue to provide a secure, high-quality search and analytics suite with a rich roadmap of new and innovative functionality.

Platform as a Service

OpenSearch Cluster servers and service configuration are managed by The product is available in ITCare in self-service starting with version 1.3.

Users have full access to the OpenSearch database and Dashboards. It is the users responsibility to manage the security of indexes and lifecycle.

OpenSearch is deployed as a cluster on-premise in our data centers.

The same level of service as the Compute offer is guaranteed : deployment of instances, maintenance in operational condition, flexibility, security and monitoring are thus ensured by our experts.

Sizing can be configured according to your needs.

The minimum number of node for a cluster is 3 servers but not recommended for production. It is advised to deploy at least 5 or more nodes for Production use.





CPU (per instance)

2 - 16 vCPU

2 - 16 vCPU

RAM (per instance)

4 - 384 GB

4 - 384 GB

Supported version(s)

  • 1.3

  • 2

  • 1.3

  • 2


24x7 Monitoring


Data replication (DRP)




Multi-AZ deployment


For more information, please visit OpenSearch - Features.


Billing is processed monthly and based on the number of nodes plus additional costs for storage, backup, 24x7 monitoring.

Cost estimation for an OpenSearch cluster is available via your Technical Account Manager.

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