Visualizing data in Kibana is simple. This video shows how to create a bar chart, map, and metric KPI list using Kibana.
- [Instructor] If you've been following along…since the beginning, you'll recall that we added…some logstash data, and I said we would use it…in the future and now is that time.…What we're going to do, is first hit up the index pattern,…for our logstash data, then we're going to build some…visualizations on top of that.…To set this up I'll go to Management,…and then Index Patterns,…and click plus on the new sign there.…Now notice, it already has logstash-*…because this is the common format that data comes in on.…
And what we need to do is specify the time-field name,…which is the timestamp field.…Once we do that, I'll click Create, and you can see…that we have a new index pattern to work off of.…Now, there are multiple indexes, because we have one…for each different day of data we pulled in.…And you can see that all the fields…and everything were recognized here.…So that went well.…That's easy, and that was good.…Now, let's go visualize this data.…I'm going to go up to the Visualize tab here,…and I'm going to say Create a visualization.…
In this course, join Ben Sullins as he dives into the inner workings of Elasticsearch combined with Kibana. Ben provides an overview of the architecture, and then goes over the different deployment methods, and how to best structure your data. From there, he demonstrates how to query data, and how to work with Kibana to present your insights.
- Reviewing key Elasticsearch concepts
- Running Elasticsearch in the cloud and locally
- Bulk loading data
- Setting up mappings of data types
- Querying data
- Running basic aggregations
- Creating visualizations and dashboards in Kibana