Compare Algolia vs. ELK Elasticsearch

Algolia is ranked 6th in Search as a Service while ELK Elasticsearch is ranked 1st in Search as a Service with 10 reviews. Algolia is rated 0, while ELK Elasticsearch is rated 8.2. On the other hand, the top reviewer of ELK Elasticsearch writes "Provides enterprise landscape support for different areas of the company". Algolia is most compared with Amazon AWS CloudSearch, ELK Elasticsearch and Solr, whereas ELK Elasticsearch is most compared with Azure Search, Solr and Amazon AWS CloudSearch.
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This is a free, open source software (FOSS) tool, which means no cost on the front-end. There are no free lunches in this world though. Technical skill to implement and support are costly on the back-end with ELK, whether you train/hire internally or go for premium services from Elastic.​The pricing and license model are clear: node-based model.ELK has been considered as an alternative to Splunk to reduce licensing costs.An X-Pack license is more affordable than Splunk.

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Ranking
6th
out of 10 in Search as a Service
Views
989
Comparisons
898
Reviews
0
Average Words per Review
0
Avg. Rating
N/A
1st
out of 10 in Search as a Service
Views
3,292
Comparisons
2,094
Reviews
10
Average Words per Review
323
Avg. Rating
8.1
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Overview

Algolia helps businesses across industries quickly create relevant, scalable, and lightning fast search and discovery experiences. Algolia’s mission is to make every search interaction meaningful and rewarding. Our hosted platform reduces the complexity of building relevant digital experiences. More than 7,500 companies like WW, Lacoste, Twitch, Medium and Stripe rely on Algolia’s enterprise-grade APIs to manage over 60 billion search queries a month.

Founded in 2012, Algolia is backed by $74M in funding from Accel Partners, Alven Capital, Point Nine Capital and Storm Ventures. The team is headquartered in San Francisco with offices in Paris, London, New York, and Atlanta. To learn more, visit www.algolia.com.

Elasticsearch is a distributed, JSON-based search and analytics engine designed for horizontal scalability, maximum reliability, and easy management. Elasticsearch lets you perform and combine many types of searches — structured, unstructured, geo, metric — any way you want.
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Birchbox, Twitch, Lacoste, Stripe, WW, Medium, Cousera, National Geographic, Zendesk, MagentoHotelTonight, Perceivant, Docker, Green Man Gaming, Xoom, AutoScout24, TheLadders, Center for Open Science, Parleys, Tango
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Financial Services Firm23%
Software R&D Company17%
Transportation Company13%
Healthcare Company10%
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