Kibana visualizations

Kibana, being the ‘K’ in ‘ELK’, is the amazing visualization powerhouse of the ELK Stack.

We use the software to create nice dashboards that display metrics including page visits, server JVM performance, messages from our client-side application, and technical SEO data.

Kibana is great at creating these visualizations with a useful plugin infrastructure that allows users to extend Kibana’s capabilities to create many different custom visualizations.

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In this tutorial, I will demonstrate how we extended Kibana to add a “traffic light” visualization to the software’s features. This will be very similar to the “metric” visualization but designed to work as a traffic light. Green is for a metric that is “good”; red is for a metric that is “bad.” (The background: Our devops team had been looking for a simple and intuitive way to visualize “good versus bad,” so I decided to add a stoplight for our NOC team.)

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  1. I really enjoy BT Linux. I’ve been using it in a VM for a long while now. I found it odd that the last versions used Ubuntu of all things. BT: one of the most hard core Linux distros, using a Ubuntu feel (one of the most casual distros), Lol.
    Thankfully it seemed to be mostly cosmedic in nature and still remained true to the BT feel and features. Now, time to try out Kali!

    1. I really enjoy BT Linux. I’ve been using it in a VM for a long while now. I found it odd that the last versions used Ubuntu of all things. BT: one of the most hard core Linux distros, using a Ubuntu feel (one of the most casual distros), Lol.

      Not hard core so much in difficulty or configuration, but more with how it’s users use it.
      Thankfully it seemed to be mostly cosmedic in nature and still remained true to the BT feel and features. Now, time to try out Kali!

  2. Hey. So does Kali come with a simple setup and uninstaller because I was installing backtrack and I put it on my hard disk by accident can you tell me how to uninstall it from my HHD. plz 🙁

    1. Well, if have another OS on the same HDD, simply log into that other OS and delete BT’s partition.

      Kali uses the same installer as Debian. As for “uninstaller,” the only way to uninstall an OS is to delete its partitions or install another OS atop it.

        1. Be smart and put it on a VM (Virtual Machine) With a VM you can run as many Operating Systems as you want. Choose from what OS you want to use.

          1. I use BT on a external.
            I run alot of exploits through it so i constantly have to reload it from over loading system. So VM dosnt work for useres like me

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