Omnivector Kibana

juju deploy omnivector-kibana
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latest/stable 12 12 19 Mar 2021
Ubuntu 18.04 Ubuntu 16.04


16.04 18.04


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To deploy this charm you must couple it with elasticsearch. You can do this in one of two ways; 1) you can relate this charm to the elasticsearch charm and let juju do the work of letting kibana know were elasticsearch is at, 2) you can supply the es-hosts configuration parameter and the charm will take care of putting the elasticsearch ip address where it needs to go.

Manual Elasticsearch Hosts Configuration Deployment

Sometime you have a pre-existing elasticsearch deploy and just want to put kibana in fron of it.

juju deploy cs:~omnivector/kibana --config es-hosts=",,"
Automatic Service Discovery Deployment

If both elasticseartch and kibana are deployed via Juju, it may behoove you to take advantage of the service discovery engine inherent to juju and relate the two charms after deploying them.

juju deploy cs:~omnivector/kibana
juju deploy cs:~omnivector/elasticsearch
juju relate kibana:elasticsearch elasticsearch:client
Bundle Deployment

To deploy elasticsearch and kibana with just a single command.

juju deploy cs:~omnivector/bundle/elk


Following deployment and the exposing of the kibana application (juju expose kibana) access the kibana dashboard at the ip address of the kibana instance with the username 'admin'. Find the password in the kibana configuration with:

juju config kibana kibana-password


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