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Elasticsearch: A Complete Guide by Saurabh Chhajed, Marek Rogoziński, Rafał Kuć, Bharvi Dixit

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Visualizing with Kibana

Now when you verify that your data is indexed successfully in Elasticsearch, we can go ahead and look at the Kibana interface to get some useful analytics from the data.

Running Kibana

As described in the previous chapter, we will start the Kibana service from the Kibana installation directory.

$ bin/kibana

Now, let's see Kibana up and running similar to the following screenshot on the browser, by going to the following URL:

http://localhost:5601

Running Kibana

Kibana Discover page

As we already set up Kibana to take logstash-* indexes by default, it displays the indexed data as a histogram of counts, and the associated data as fields in the ...

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