Installing and Configuring ELK – Part five(5) – Install Kibana, configuration

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Installing and Configuring ELK

– Part one(1) – Install OS (OEL 7.2), Tuning
– Part two(2) – Configure KVM, Tuning
– Part three(3) – install elasticsearch, configuration
– Part four(4) – Install logstash, configuration
– Part five(5) – Install Kibana, configuration
– Part six(6) – General platform tips & tricks
– Part six(7) Solaris logstash forwarder setup

This is Part five(5) – Install Kibana, configuration

Installing Kibana

Note: Make sure you have java 1.8 otherwise install as below

Lets configure kibana repo

Now install logstash

Lets configure kibana

Note I have ran to an issue that yum install is not creating the kibana user, so created it manually

Modify kibana.yml

Enable and start kibana

Final configuration in Kibana

Login to kibana and create initial index

Click on create index on logstash-*
Note: Logstash has to first send some logs to get the create index
Alternative you can create other indexs like web-sql-log-* (* means any date)

Kibana and elasticsearch plugins

Install us-full tools & plugins

Install Security plugin

Next Part six(6) – General platform tips & tricks

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