Welcome to Kurrently in Kibana, your source for keeping up with the Kibana project. With information on project releases, work in progress, and learning resources, we're betting you'll need a Kalculator to add up all the things you'll learn each week!
Exotic and stealth paramiko based SSH bruteforce from 184.108.40.206/30 in Russia. Visualization done in Kibana 4: pic.twitter.com/Lb5aMakECm
— Eric Leblond (@Regiteric) May 7, 2015
Kibana 4.1: Progress, it's progressing!
We're making progress on 4.1. There's some pretty big features in this release and we want to make sure they get the attention and proper review they so rightfully deserve. Here's a couple highlights that have gotten some of that attention this week:
Automatic Precision on Maps
A Fun Review of the Kibana 4 Client Side Code
Gill Barr took the time to really dig into the Kibana 4 code and give us a kind review. Check it out!
And Many Other Things!
- Fixed a bug where the spy would sometimes clobber the vis.
- Updated the tile map tooltip to match the others.
- Fixed a big ol memory leak in the map.
- Made some tweaks to hit flattening.
- Fixed an issue with the x-axis growing when charts were split into columns.
#Kibana 4.1 enables display of images and URLs inline. Love it! pic.twitter.com/TqpSqi9LsR
— Robin Moffatt (@rmoff) May 7, 2015
See You Next Week!
As you may have seen, we're now publishing weekly updates on Elasticsearch and Apache Lucene, Logstash and Kibana. We'll bring you the newest,
koolest stuff in next week's
Kurrently in Kibana.