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Has anyone used ELK Stack as the search engine for a Bitbucket (DC in this case) deployment?

Larry Brock Community Leader Mar 21, 2018

It has been suggested I use an existing ELK stack as the search engine for a Bitbucket DC deployment.  Have you use ELK and if so, what are the good and bad points of doing so?  Any particular pain-points to avoid?  Thanks!

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Michael Walker Atlassian Team Apr 09, 2018 • edited Apr 17, 2018

Hi Larry,

My name is Michael and I am from the Atlassian DevTools Support team.

While I can't necessarily speak to the pros and cons of using an ELK stack, I can confirm for you that you are more than welcome to do so utilizing our install and configure a remote Elasticsearch instance guide. One thing I would like to point out is our Supported Platforms for Bitbucket where you can note that our recent releases of Bitbucket (5.7.x - 5.9.x) all support ElasticSearch 5.5.1 and 5.5.3 (5.5.2 for AWS environments). As long as you meet this version requirement, you are welcome to use ELK.

If you have any questions for us please let us know, otherwise, I'm sure someone in the community who has this in place would be welcome to share their experience thus far.

Best Regards,


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