The companies intend to continue to build deeper native integrations between Elastic and Microsoft Azure. In addition, the companies are committed to expanded go-to-market and co-selling activities, which include customer events, demand generation, sales enablement, and an enhanced web presence on the Azure Marketplace.
Through this partnership, Elastic and Microsoft aim to help organizations more easily search, observe, and protect their applications, data, and infrastructure with Elastic Cloud on Azure.
Expanding from a Solid Foundation
Since the start of their strategic alliance, Elastic and Microsoft have prioritized native integrations that extend Elastic solutions across Azure services and support customers’ business-level initiatives.
Through this partnership, joint customers can:
Collect logs from any Azure service supported by Azure resources with Elastic’s native Azure Portal integration. Deploy and manage Elastic Cloud on Azure like any other Azure resource using Azure’s official SDKs, CLI, PowerShell, and REST API. Monitor the health and performance of Azure environments by collecting and visualizing logs, metrics, and traces with Elastic Observability, including more than 20 agent-based integrations for services such as Azure Event Hub, Azure Monitor, Azure Spring Cloud, Azure Virtual Machines, and Azure Storage. Protect Azure environments with a fast, scalable, and centralized platform for security information and event management (SIEM), threat hunting, and security response capabilities with Elastic Security. Add powerful search and visualization capabilities to Azure applications, websites, and eCommerce search. Enable knowledge