Kibana 8.6.2

Kibana 8.6.2


Kibana is a popular open-source data visualization tool that allows users to analyze and visualize large volumes of data in real-time. It is part of the Elastic Stack and provides a user-friendly interface for searching, analyzing, and visualizing data stored in Elasticsearch. With Kibana, users can create dashboards, charts, maps, and graphs to gain insights into their data and make informed decisions. Its flexible and extensible nature makes it popular among businesses of all sizes, including startups and enterprises alike.

  • Customizable dashboards and visualizations: Kibana provides a wide range of visualization options, including line graphs, bar charts, pie charts, heat maps, and more, that can be easily customized to meet specific requirements.
  • Advanced search and filtering capabilities: Users can search, filter, and analyze data based on various parameters and keywords to uncover patterns, trends, and anomalies.
  • Real-time data monitoring: Kibana allows users to monitor real-time data streams and perform analytics on the fly.
  • Collaboration and sharing: Kibana enables users to share and collaborate on dashboards and visualizations with other team members and stakeholders.
  • Seamless integration with Elasticsearch: Kibana is tightly integrated with Elasticsearch, allowing users to seamlessly navigate between the two platforms and leverage Elasticsearch's powerful search and data analytics capabilities.
  • Security and access controls: Kibana provides robust security and access controls, ensuring that only authorized users have access to sensitive data.

  • IT Operations: Kibana is often used by IT operations teams to monitor and troubleshoot IT infrastructure, applications, and services. With Kibana, teams can easily visualize and analyze logs, metrics, and other data streams in real-time, enabling them to quickly detect and resolve issues.
  • Business Analytics: Kibana is also widely used by business analysts and data scientists to explore and analyze business data. With Kibana, users can create customized dashboards and visualizations that help them identify trends, patterns, and insights that can drive better business decisions.

  1. Install and configure Elasticsearch and Kibana.
  2. Index data into Elasticsearch.
  3. Create a Kibana index pattern.
  4. Create a dashboard and add visualizations.
  5. Share and collaborate on the dashboard with other team members and stakeholders.

  • Kibana is written in Node.js and runs on the client-side, using the AngularJS framework.
  • Kibana provides a RESTful API for programmatic access to its features.
  • Kibana supports plugins and extensions, allowing developers to extend its functionality and add custom visualizations.
  • Kibana integrates with Elasticsearch, Logstash, and Beats to form the Elastic Stack.

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