Grafana On Elasticsearch

Daniel Berman shows how to replace Kibana with Grafana:

While very similar in terms of what can be done with the data itself within the two tools. The main differences between Kibana and Grafana lie in configuring how the data is displayed. Grafana has richer display features and more options for playing around with how the data is represented in the graphs.

While it takes some time getting accustomed to building graphs in Grafana — especially if you’re coming from Kibana — the data displayed in Grafana dashboards can be read and analyzed more easily.

I prefer Grafana over Kibana for a few reasons, so I’m happy to see Grafana articles popping up.

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