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Kibana gives shape to any kind of data — structured and unstructured — indexed in Elasticsearch.
GitHub repo: https://github.com/elastic/kibana
Supported tags and respective
Where to file issues:
For issues with the Kibana Docker image or Kibana: https://github.com/elastic/kibana/issues
the Elastic Team
Supported Docker versions:
the latest release (down to 1.6 on a best-effort basis)
What is Kibana?
Kibana is an open source analytics and visualization platform designed to work with Elasticsearch. You use Kibana to search, view, and interact with data stored in Elasticsearch indices. You can easily perform advanced data analysis and visualize your data in a variety of charts, tables, and maps.
For more information about Kibana, please visit www.elastic.co/products/kibana
About This Image
This default distribution is governed by the Elastic License, and includes the full set of free features.
View the detailed release notes here.
Not the version you’re looking for? View all supported past releases.
How to use this image
Note: Pulling an images requires using a specific version number tag. The
latest tag is not supported.
For Kibana versions prior to 6.4.0 a full list of images, tags, and documentation can be found at docker.elastic.co.
For full Kibana documentation see here.
Running in Development Mode
In the given example, Kibana will a attach to a user defined network (useful for connecting to other services (e.g. Elasticsearch)). If network has not yet been created, this can be done with the following command:
$ docker network create somenetwork
Note: In this example, Kibana is using the default configuration and expects to connect to a running Elasticsearch instance at http://localhost:9200
$ docker run -d --name kibana --net somenetwork -p 5601:5601 kibana:tag
Kibana can be accessed by browser via
Running in Production Mode
For additional information on running and configuring Kibana on Docker, see Running Kibana on Docker
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