Your Window into
the Elastic Stack
Kibana lets you visualize your Elasticsearch data and navigate the Elastic Stack, so you can do anything from learning why you're getting paged at 2:00 a.m. to understanding the impact rain might have on your quarterly numbers.
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A Picture's Worth a Thousand Log Lines
Kibana gives you the freedom to select the way you give shape to your data. And you don’t always have to know what you're looking for. With its interactive visualizations, start with one question and see where it leads you.
Start with the Basics
Kibana core ships with the classics: histograms, line graphs, pie charts, sunbursts, and more. They leverage the full aggregation capabilities of Elasticsearch.
Put Geo Data on Any Map
Leverage our tile map service to visualize geospatial data, or get creative and visualize custom location data on a schematic of your choosing.
Time Series Is Also on the Menu
Timelion lets you perform advanced time series analysis on your Elasticsearch data. Describe queries, transformations, and visualizations with powerful, easy-to-learn expressions.
Bring Everyone in on the Goodness.
Easily distribute Kibana visualizations to your team members, your boss, their boss, your customers, compliance managers, contractors — anyone you like, really.
Insert dashboards into your internal wiki or webpage.
Send your coworker a URL to a dashboard.
Create, schedule, and share reports with your visualizations and dashboards using X-Pack.
Secure, Monitor, and Configure the Elastic Stack.
With Kibana, the command line is no longer the only way to manage settings or configure X‑Pack security features for the Elastic Stack. While we have really excellent APIs, navigating the Elastic Stack is now more intuitive for a broader audience.
It’s Not Just Pretty, It's Powerful.
Kibana developer tools like Console offer ways to help you develop the Elastic Stack. With Console, you can bypass typing in the terminal and tinker with your Elasticsearch data using slick features like tab completion, a JSON parser, and Elasticsearch and API awareness.