In planning out a new platform with a dashboard interface, users will need to register for accounts, then login to the dashboard to administer their accounts and other platform activities.
I would like to offer the Kibana interface as one of those options.
I come from a RDMS background so was initially thinking to do user maintenance in SQL Server, however if I want user-based access to Kibana (where users have their own indices, no access across users' indices), I'm guessing this is not an option, correct?
Even if the dashboard is written in .Net, I can setup Kibana with SSO, correct? The user would sign into the dashboard, and when they select the Kibana interface, their credentials would be used and limit them to their own index for data analysis.
Does this sound correct? (specifically about where to do the user management - in an ES index, not externally)