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Kibana is an open source analytics and visualization platform designed to search, view, and interact with data stored in Elasticsearch indices. The use of Kibana is included with your subscription.
For new Elasticsearch clusters that use version 5.0 and later, we automatically create a Kibana instance for you. If you use a version before 5.0 or if your cluster didn’t include a Kibana instance initially, there might not be a Kibana endpoint URL shown, yet. To gain access, all you need to do is enable Kibana first.
To access Kibana:
- Log into the Cloud UI.
On the Deployments page, select your deployment.
Narrow the list by name, ID, or choose from several other filters. To further define the list, use a combination of filters.
- Under Endpoints, click the Kibana endpoint URL and wait for Kibana to open.
Log into Kibana.
For version 5.0 and later: Log into Kibana with the
elasticsuperuser to try it out. The password was provided when you created your cluster or can be reset.
For versions before 5.0: and if Shield is enabled, you can log into Kibana with the
adminuser to try it out. The password was provided when you enabled Shield or can be reset.
In production systems, you might need to control what Elasticsearch data users can access through Kibana, so you need create credentials that can be used to access the necessary Elasticsearch resources. This means granting read access to the necessary indexes, as well as access to update the