Let’s create two users in the native realm.
Log in to Kibana with the
Go to the Management / Security / Users page:
In this example, you can see a list of built-in users.
Click Create new user. For example, create a user for yourself:
You’ll notice that when you create a user, you can assign it a role. Don’t choose a role yet—we’ll come back to that in subsequent steps.
Click Create new user and create a
In Geting started with the Elastic Stack, you configured Logstash to listen for Metricbeat input and to send the events to Elasticsearch. You therefore need to create a user that Logstash can use to communicate with Elasticsearch. For example: