Guides

Setting up Security and Password Authentication for Small Elasticsearch Clusters

Now that you have a cluster, you are going to want to add some security to it. This is part 5 of a series on creating a personal Elasticstack. You can check the others out here: Building Your Environment in AWS Setting up and Installing Elasticsearch Setting up Kibana Using a Proxy for Kibana withContinue reading “Setting up Security and Password Authentication for Small Elasticsearch Clusters”

Using a Proxy Server for Your Kibana Dashboard with HAProxy

This guide will work anywhere, but was originally written as part 4 of a series of guides on setting up an Elasticstack. Building Your Environment in AWS Setting up and Installing Elasticsearch Setting up Kibana Using a Proxy for Kibana with HAProxy Enabling Security and Using Password Authentication Making Kibana Internet Accessible with Cloudfront SecuringContinue reading “Using a Proxy Server for Your Kibana Dashboard with HAProxy”

Installing and Configuring a Micro Elasticsearch Cluster in the Cloud

This is part 2 of a series detailing some of the ways you can setup your own Elasticstack in the cloud for your own personal use. Building Your Environment in AWS Setting up and Installing Elasticsearch Setting up Kibana Using a Proxy for Kibana with HAProxy Enabling Security and Using Password Authentication Making Kibana InternetContinue reading “Installing and Configuring a Micro Elasticsearch Cluster in the Cloud”

Setting up an AWS Environment for a Personal Elasticstack

This is Part 1 of a series of guides about setting up a personal Elasticstack. Building Your Environment in AWS Setting up and Installing Elasticsearch Setting up Kibana Using a Proxy for Kibana with HAProxy Enabling Security and Using Password Authentication Making Kibana Internet Accessible with Cloudfront Securing Cloudfront with Security Groups Inserting Data intoContinue reading “Setting up an AWS Environment for a Personal Elasticstack”

Loading…

Something went wrong. Please refresh the page and/or try again.