|Project Name||Stars||Downloads||Repos Using This||Packages Using This||Most Recent Commit||Total Releases||Latest Release||Open Issues||License||Language|
|Kibana||18,508||1||4 hours ago||1||August 01, 2015||9,777||other||TypeScript|
|Your window into the Elastic Stack|
|Elastiflow||2,309||2 years ago||1||other||Shell|
|Network flow analytics (Netflow, sFlow and IPFIX) with the Elastic Stack|
|Babybuddy||1,669||2 days ago||40||bsd-2-clause||Python|
|A :baby: buddy to help caregivers track sleep, feedings, diaper changes, and tummy time to learn about and predict baby's needs without (as much) guess work.|
|Pfelk||856||16 days ago||9||other||Shell|
|pfSense/OPNsense + Elastic Stack|
|Grafana Dashboard Builder||129||a year ago||34||June 04, 2022||18||apache-2.0||Python|
|Generate Grafana dashboards with YAML|
|Microservice Monitoring||122||18 days ago||2||mit||Java|
|Monitor your Spring Boot application with the Elastic Stack all around|
|Elastic||116||5 years ago||Python|
|Elastic Stack (6.2.4) 을 활용한 Dashboard 만들기 Project|
|Rsbeat||68||6 years ago||1||May 05, 2017||3||other||Go|
|redis slowlog analyzer by elastic stack|
|Paloalto Elasticstack Viz||59||5 years ago||7|
|PANW Firewall Visualisations using Elastic Stack|
|simple aws dashboard powered by Dashing & Node.js|
Kibana is your window into the Elastic Stack. Specifically, it's a browser-based analytics and search dashboard for Elasticsearch.
If you just want to try Kibana out, check out the Elastic Stack Getting Started Page to give it a whirl.
If you're interested in diving a bit deeper and getting a taste of Kibana's capabilities, head over to the Kibana Getting Started Page.
If you want to use a Kibana release in production, give it a test run, or just play around:
You might want to build Kibana locally to contribute some code, test out the latest features, or try out an open PR:
Visit Elastic.co for the full Kibana documentation.
For information about building the documentation, see the README in elastic/docs.
Ideally, you should be running Elasticsearch and Kibana with matching version numbers. If your Elasticsearch has an older version number or a newer major number than Kibana, then Kibana will fail to run. If Elasticsearch has a newer minor or patch number than Kibana, then the Kibana Server will log a warning.
Note: The version numbers below are only examples, meant to illustrate the relationships between different types of version numbers.
|Situation||Example Kibana version||Example ES version||Outcome|
|Versions are the same.||7.15.1||7.15.1||OK|
|ES patch number is newer.||7.15.0||7.15.1||Logged warning|
|ES minor number is newer.||7.14.2||7.15.0||Logged warning|
|ES major number is newer.||7.15.1||8.0.0||Fatal error|
|ES patch number is older.||7.15.1||7.15.0||Logged warning|
|ES minor number is older.||7.15.1||7.14.2||Fatal error|
|ES major number is older.||8.0.0||7.15.1||Fatal error|