Elasticsearch/Logstash/Kibana in AWS

Creating a Elasticsearch/Logstash/Kibana in AWS

  • First login your Account
  • Access to AWS services.
  • Select the Elasticsearch under the Analytics as showing in the below.

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  • After selectting that you will see page as shown in below

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  • Click on get started button
  • You will see the page as shown n below

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  • Follow all four steps
  • Filll the details,enter the Elasticsearch domain name as ananthapur-demo
  • Elasticseaarch version as 5.1.
  • Then click next button as shown in the below image

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  • In the step-2 enter the Instance count as 2.
  • Instance type as t2.small elasticsearch as shown in the below image

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  • check the Enable Dedicated Master
  • Select the Dedicated Master Instance Type as t2.small elasticsearch
  • select Dedicated Master Instance Count as 3(default) and
  • Check the Enable zone awareness as shown in the below image..

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  • Select storage type as EBS
  • Select EBS volume type as General Purpose(SSD)
  • Select the  EBS volume size as 08:00 UTC
  • As shown in the below image

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  • After that select the Automated snapshot start hour as 00:00 UTC(default)
  • Under Advanced Options select default options
  • After that click on next button as shown in the below image.

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  • In the step 3 Set the Dmain access polocy as Allow open access to the domain.

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  • After selecting that you will see the confirm popup click on Ok button as shown in the beow image.

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  • After clicking on ok button youwill see the access polocy code.
  • Then click on confirm and create button as shown in below.

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  • If you want to edit the access polocy code you can edit if you dont want to edit click on the next button as shown in the below image.

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  • After that you will get the message as you have successfully created Elasticsearch domain

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  • It takes 10 minutes time to start the domain

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  • Now you can see the Dmain status as Active

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  • Click on the link Endpoint to confirm if Elasticsearchis up or not – the o/p similar to below Image will ensure that Elasticsearch is up and running.

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  • After that click on the kibana link you will see images as shon below

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  • The above image is Kibana Dashboard
  • Enter the Index Name as Stack1.

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  • Select Time-field name as DATE

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  • After selecting the Date field click on create button you will see the image as shown below.

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  • After successfully created dashboard click on the Discover tab it is in the left pane of dasshboard.

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  • In above page you can check the data on which date do you want, the below image is showing data from last 2 years.

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  • Click on visualize tab it is in left pane of dashboard.
  • From visualized tab click on any type of chart which type do you want to see as shown in the below Image.

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  • After complition of your tasks come back to your Elasticsearch domain
  • You will the option Delete Elasticsearch domain as shown in the below Image

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  • Click on Delete Domain button you will see the popup and again click on delete button.

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  • The below Image is showing the ananthapur-demo is being deleted.

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