Elasticsearch, how to make view with it?


(Villiers Tientcheu Ngandjeuu) #1

Hello dear!
I get three kind of logs to index with Elasticsearch, let say X, Y and Z
for three different teams in the business! With SQL, it was possible to
make view for customers. How can I make view with Elasticsearch for the
teams. Or how can restrict access to data between them:Team X just have to
access to logs X, etc.
Thanks for your help!

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(David Pilato) #2

Just answered on the french ML as well:

You can use aliases on top of your indices and add a NGnix layer for example to filter URLS per user/group.

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Le 7 juillet 2014 à 09:41:11, Villiers Tientcheu Ngandjeuu (tientcheuvilliers@gmail.com) a écrit:

Hello dear!
I get three kind of logs to index with Elasticsearch, let say X, Y and Z for three different teams in the business! With SQL, it was possible to make view for customers. How can I make view with Elasticsearch for the teams. Or how can restrict access to data between them:Team X just have to access to logs X, etc.
Thanks for your help!

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(Villiers Tientcheu Ngandjeuu) #3

Merci David!
Le lundi 7 juillet 2014 10:20:19 UTC+2, David Pilato a écrit :

Just answered on the french ML as well:

You can use aliases on top of your indices and add a NGnix layer for
example to filter URLS per user/group.

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Le 7 juillet 2014 à 09:41:11, Villiers Tientcheu Ngandjeuu (
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Hello dear!
I get three kind of logs to index with Elasticsearch, let say X, Y and Z
for three different teams in the business! With SQL, it was possible to
make view for customers. How can I make view with Elasticsearch for the
teams. Or how can restrict access to data between them:Team X just have to
access to logs X, etc.
Thanks for your help!

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