Elastic vs Progress

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Elastic
Based on 31 reviews.
Progress
Based on 5 reviews.
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Overview
Elasticsearch is a search server based on Lucene. It provides a distributed, multitenant-capable full-text search engine with a RESTful web interface and schema-free JSON documents. Elasticsearch is developed in Java and is released as open source under the terms of the Apache License. Elasticsearch is the second most popular enterprise search engine. Shay Banon created Compass in 2004. Elasticsearch BV was founded in 2012 to provide commercial solutions around Elasticsearch and related software.Progress Software Corporation is a global software company. The Progress portfolio includes solutions for enterprise integration, data interoperability and application development, including Software as a Service enablement and delivery. Progress's headquarters are in Bedford, Massachusetts. Progress products and technology are used at over 60,000 organizations in 140 countries including 90% of the Fortune 500.
Sample Customers
ELK Elasticsearch: HotelTonight, Perceivant, Docker, Green Man Gaming, Xoom, AutoScout24, TheLadders, Center for Open Science, Parleys, Tango
DataRPM: Cisco, Micropact, Orange, Jaguar, Transaction Network Services
Popular Solutions
Top Industries
Software R&D Company
41%
Comms Service Provider
13%
Media Company
8%
Government
6%
Software R&D Company
46%
Comms Service Provider
9%
Manufacturing Company
6%
Insurance Company
4%
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