Kibana is an open source data visualization plugin for Elasticsearch. It provides visualization capabilities on top of the content indexed on an Elasticsearch cluster. Users can create bar, line and scatter plots, or pie charts and maps on top of large volumes of data.

Wikipedia
Elastic
Elastic
Blog Post
  • Last week we released ECE 1.1.0 with new features and bug fixes. Since then, we've discovered a critical bug that leads to Kibana being unavailable post-upgrade. This bug only affects users who upgraded from 1.0.x versions of ECE to 1.1.0.  Note: NEW installs of ECE 1.1.0 are not affected IssueIf you have upgraded to ECE 1.1.0 and any of the following are true: You have tried to restart alloca...

Elastic
Elastic
Blog Post
  • Elasticsearch supports a wide range of use-cases across our user base, and more and more of these rely on fast indexing to quickly get large amounts of data into Elasticsearch. Even though Elasticsearch is fast and index performance is continually improved, it is still possible to overwhelm it. At that point you typically see parts of bulk requests getting rejected. In this blog post we will look ...

Elastic
Elastic
Blog Post
  • Autodiscovery - use Docker events to auto-configure BeatsThe autodiscovery feature with the first provider (for Docker) has been merged. Autodiscovery allows the user to define different providers, that watch for system changes and emit events to a common bus. Then the autodiscovery module detects situations when there is something we can monitor and instantiates new modules for it. The first prov...

Elastic
Elastic
Blog Post
  • Mapping types are going away. Elasticsearch 6.0 supports a single mapping type per index only, and it represents the first step on the way to removing types altogether. This blog post explains what types are, why we are removing them, how you can migrate your indices to a single type world, and lays out the full schedule for type removal over the next three major versions. Wha...

Elastic
Elastic
Blog Post
  • Monitor Logstash with Metricbeat With this PR, Metricbeat gets a new module for monitoring Logstash. The module is in its early stages, more metrics will be added in future PRs. The module is experimental and it will be released in 6.1. Metricbeat: Export more Ceph informationThanks to @elaron, the Ceph module exports OSD tree information, that is important for understanding and monitoring the str...

Elastic
Elastic
Blog Post
  • With 2236 pull requests by 333 commiters added since the release of Elasticsearch 5.0.0, we are proud to announce the release of Elasticsearch 6.0.0 GA, based on Lucene 7.0.1.A big thank you to all the Elastic Pioneers who tested early versions and opened bug reports, and so helped to make this release as good as it is. Download Elasticsearch 6.0.0 Elasticsearch 6.0 breaking changes Elasticsearc...

Elastic
Elastic
Blog Post
  • Today is a big day for Elastic and the entire community: the Elastic Stack 6.0 is now generally available (GA). In this blog post we’ll highlight the main new features of Beats 6.0. If you’ve been following the Alpha and Beta blog posts, you know already what’s in, so we won’t stay in your way. Go to the Beats product page to Download Beats Now. Before upgrading from Beats 5.x, review the Breaking...

Elastic
Elastic
Blog Post
  • Welcome to the GA release of Kibana 6.0.0! With 1,280 pull requests by 208 contributors added since the release of Kibana 5.0.0, we are proud and happy to announce the release of Kibana 6.0.0 GA. We'd like to thank all the Elastic Pioneers who tested early versions and reported bugs helping to make this a great release of Kibana! Download Kibana 6.0.0 Kibana Breaking Changes Kibana 6.0.0 rele...

Elastic
Elastic
Blog Post
  • We are pleased to announce that ECE 1.1 is available to download today! ECE 1.1 is packed with important enhancements and bug fixes, so please read on. You can find the release notes for ECE 1.1 here. Support for Elastic Stack 6.0One of the big highlights of this release is support for the hot-off-the-press 6.0 release which was announced earlier today. Elastic Stack 6.0 brings loads of new featur...

Elastic
Elastic
Blog Post
  • We’re glad to announce that Logstash 6.0.0 has launched! Today marks the first day of 6.0’s inter-planetary mission of making life easier for systems administrators and engineers. Can’t wait another minute to try it? Head over to our downloads page and give it a shot! However, you may want to take a minute to read about breaking changes and release notes first. Read on for what's new in Logstash 6...

Elastic
Elastic
Blog Post
  • Elliot uses Kibana to visualize the Dark Army’s efforts to steal data in "eps3.4_runtime-error.r00." Elastic users across the globe do a double take. We try to calmly write a blog post. Mr. Robot is a company-wide favorite for reasons that are likely obvious. The show is well-known for depicting cybersecurity scenarios with realistic detection strategy, tools, and response. So when the Mr. Robot t...

Elastic
Elastic
Blog Post
  • For the past few years, our developer relations team has been running an informal scholarship program of sorts to help folks from underrepresented groups in technology attend Elastic{ON}. Last year, this program brought ten individual scholarship attendees from five different organizations to the conference. Hearing their perspectives on Elastic{ON} and learning about the insights they took home w...

Elastic
Elastic
Blog Post
  • A note from Shay Banon I am thrilled to announce that Swiftype is joining forces with us. Swiftype is the creator of a highly-regarded, popular SaaS-based Site Search product and a newly launched Enterprise Search product. Meet Matt and Quin in a Swiftype webinar coming up on November 29. Some of you may be wondering, why is a company focused on building SaaS search applications joining forces wi...

Elastic
Elastic
Blog Post
  • More checks, less problemsThis post will inform you about upcoming changes in Elasticsearch 6.0 with regards to the disk allocation decider, as there is one big change coming up you should be aware of. In addition we will quickly talk about some improvements in our logging infra as well, as this affects disk space usage.The new disk threshold decider behaviourIn a previous post we already outlined...

Elastic
Elastic
Blog Post
  • AWS re:Invent has gotten so big, they don’t just have an expo floor plan, they have a campus map and it’s all taking place in a deceivingly short 4.5 days. There’s so much to get out of re:Invent, make it a two-for-one when you stop by the Elastic booth for personalized hands-on-demos and unlimited Q&A time with Elasticsearch technical experts, plus receive your own pair of Kibana socks. Find us a...

Elastic
Elastic
Blog Post
  • I recently had the chance to present at Azure OpenDev, giving an overview of what running and using Elasticsearch and the Elastic Stack looks like today. What I'd like to do today is spend a few minutes going into more detail on some of the topics. But first, here's the recording:  See the event website for the other talks by Microsoft, GitHub, CloudBees / Jenkins, Chef, and HashiCorp. Azure ...

Elastic
Elastic
Blog Post
  • Welcome to Brewing in Beats! With this weekly series, we're keeping you up to date with what's new in Beats, including the latest commits and releases. New Auditbeat dashboardsWith this PR, Auditbeat gets new configuration samples in the default configuration file and three new dashboards: Overview - A general dashboard showing a summary of all events. Executions - A dashboard showing process ...

Elastic
Elastic
YouTube Video
  • Afin d’aider notre formidable communauté à se préparer au grand changement, Camilo Sierra, elastic, vous expliquera les changements majeurs de la suite Elastic 6.0. Nous parlerons de choses comme les mises à jour de versions majeures sans coupure, des optimisations des structures de données de Lucene, des Sequence IDs, de nos adieux au _type, des nouveaux modes dans les dashboards, des alertes au...

Elastic
Elastic
Blog Post
  • Welcome to Brewing in Beats! With this weekly series, we're keeping you up to date with what's new in Beats, including the latest commits and releases. Kubernetes deployment filesWe are making it easier to deploy Filebeat and Metricbeat 6.0 on Kubernetes by providing deployment manifest files. You can find more details about deploying Filebeat and Metricbeat on Kubernetes in the docs, but it can b...

Out-Market Your Competitors?

Get complete competitive insights on over 2.2 million companies to drive your marketing strategy.

Create Free Account Log in

By signing up, you agree to the Terms of Service and Privacy Policy.

Out-Market Your Competitors

Get complete competitive insights on over 2.2 million companies to drive your marketing strategy.

Create Free Account

Already a user?  Log in

By signing up, you agree to the Terms of Service and Privacy Policy.