Kibana is an open-source visualization and analytics platform designed to work with Elasticsearch.
Monitoring allows for a continuous data stream of system status and insights to be arranged in a user-friendly method that is easy to interpret.
Monitoring tools are a cornerstone process for any healthy software development project, as it can prompt messages to account for potential errors, warnings or problems to be aware of in a timely manner.
As a powerful visualization tool, Kibana allows you to:
- Easily create visualizations and dashboards from data stored in Elasticsearch
- Use its intuitive and easy to control user interface, making it accessible to non-technical users
- Access a built-in search functionality that allows users to quickly find and analyze specific data points
- Smoothly integrate Kibana with other tools and platforms, such as Logstash, for log management and data collection.
- Access Kibana's large community and easily available documentation
Among different projects where we utilized Kibana, here are a couple examples:
- Created elaborate visualizations and dashboards analyzing the systems' behavior
- Fixed bugs and misconfigurations with Index patterns while adopting best-practices
- Onboarded and guided new users in using Kibana and taking advantage of its tools
- Deployed Kibana on Kubernetes as part of ELK & EFK stack deployments
- Used Kibana as a gateway to explore Elasticsearch itself
We can provide you with end-to-end help utilizing Kibana for your needs.
These are some of the services we can supply for your company:
- Resolving issues with Index patterns and applying best practices
- Deploying Kibana on Kubernetes as part of ELK & EFK stack setups
- Assisting new users in utilizing and benefitting from Kibana's tools
- Designing extensive visualizations and dashboards to study system behavior