Unfortunately OSSEC users have not seen lots of new features over the last decade. The project has been in maintenance mode for a long time and very little development work has been done. Also, there is no active roadmap and the last releases consist mostly in bug fixes reported by occasional contributors.
This is why, back in 2015, Wazuh team decided to fork the project. As a result, we built a much more comprehensive, easy to use, reliable and scalable solution. The fork has had great adoption among the open source community, quickly becoming a broadly used solution in enterprise environments.
Regarding project activity and roadmap, you can find the Wazuh code in our Github repository.
Here is a brief summary of the value we added to the OSSEC project and good reasons to upgrade your security monitoring infrastructure by moving it to Wazuh:
The following guides describe how to migrate your existing OSSEC installation to Wazuh. Follow the appropriate one depending on the type (server or agent) of your OSSEC installation:
The migration of Elastic stack, in the case that you already have it installed, is beyond the scope of Wazuh documentation. We recommend you visit our guides for Installing Elastic Stack.