Elasticsearch is primarily known for it’s search capabilities but it’s also very well suited for storage, aggregation, and querying of time series data. In this tutorial, we’ll learn how to use Elasticsearch to store simple metrics and visualize them with Kibana.
To summarize, we’ll generate dummy signup data with this script. Ingest it into locally running Elasticsearch. Use Kibana to visualize the data in different ways. For simplicity, we are not using Logstash in this tutorial but you can easily configure the same data to be ingested through Logstash. Let’s dive in!
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