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Learning Kibana 5.0

By : Bahaaldine Azarmi
Book Image

Learning Kibana 5.0

By: Bahaaldine Azarmi

Overview of this book

Kibana is an open source data visualization platform that allows you to interact with your data through stunning, powerful graphics. Its simple, browser-based interface enables you to quickly create and share dynamic dashboards that display changes to Elasticsearch queries in real time. In this book, you’ll learn how to use the Elastic stack on top of a data architecture to visualize data in real time. All data architectures have different requirements and expectations when it comes to visualizing the data, whether it’s logging analytics, metrics, business analytics, graph analytics, or scaling them as per your business requirements. This book will help you master Elastic visualization tools and adapt them to the requirements of your project. You will start by learning how to use the basic visualization features of Kibana 5. Then you will be shown how to implement a pure metric analytics architecture and visualize it using Timelion, a very recent and trendy feature of the Elastic stack. You will learn how to correlate data using the brand-new Graph visualization and build relationships between documents. Finally, you will be familiarized with the setup of a Kibana development environment so that you can build a custom Kibana plugin. By the end of this book you will have all the information needed to take your Elastic stack skills to a new level of data visualization.
Table of Contents (17 chapters)
Learning Kibana 5.0
About the Author
About the Reviewers
Customer Feedback


At this point, we are pretty much done with custom plugin implementation in Kibana.

We have been through the generation of a bare Kibana plugin, and how the plugin is structured and how the environment should be prepared with regards to custom plugin implementation requirements. We have also seen how the service-side code and the front side code works together and how to build and install the plugin in a target environment.

Finally, I hope that this topology will help you to get a better idea of the distribution of the data across all the indices.

This concludes, I hope, an interesting ride through all the new and exciting Kibana 5.0 features. I hope you have enjoyed the reading and now have a good understanding of how Kibana 5.0 can serve a very large variety of use cases.