I started using ELK, I liked it but I have a problem. actually i used logstash to analyze my log files and kibana to visualize it as a curve (a surface curve), it was great but the problem was I want to do my work automatically, I mean I want to find a way to make the kibana curve generated automatically (via a script) without human intervention. Is this possible or I should get away from Kibana.
It's a little unclear what you are trying to achieve here. Can you elaborate?
Thanks for your quick reply.
This is the curve that was generated (it counts the document in my index for each different time field)
I want to do the same thing, but programmatically, I mean, can I create a script that can execute logstash and then execute a set of requests (similar to those executed by kibana) in order to generate this curve.
Where are you intending to look at it?
I want it to be generated as a pdf file. if it is possible i want to know how, and what are the possible tools or languages i should use.
Ahh ok. Check this part of the docs out - https://www.elastic.co/guide/en/kibana/current/reporting-getting-started.html
sorry but that doesn't solve my problem. the problem is that the curve must be created and generated automatically without human intervention and without using the kibana interface.
that's good but first i want to get the query which is responsible for the curve visualization in kibana in order to execute it outside of kibana.
https://www.elastic.co/guide/en/kibana/7.6/tutorial-dashboard.html#_inspect_the_data should be what you are after.
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