Is multi-tanency possible in Elastic Search


(Prasad Lele) #1

Hi,

We are planning to implement elasticsearch along with logstash. However the
kind of requirement we have, we want that each customer has his own login
and should be able to view only his data. Also for administration purpose
would like to have user's role based access control.

Can anyone let me know if this is possible? OR if there is any other way to
do it.

Warn Regards
Prasad

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(Adrien Grand) #2

Hi,

Elasticsearch supports having several indices stored into the same cluster.
These indices can even have different number of shards/replicas. However,
having large numbers of indices can trigger issues as well, I recommend
that you watch
http://www.elasticsearch.org/videos/big-data-search-and-analytics/ to see
the different strategies that can be used to solve your problem (your
specific use-case is described starting at 13:30 but you should still watch
the beginning which explains the issue of having too many shards or
indices).

Regarding access control, Elasticsearch doesn't support it so this must be
handled by an additional layer on top of Elasticsearch.

On Wed, Jan 15, 2014 at 8:21 AM, Prasad Lele prasad.lele85@gmail.comwrote:

Hi,

We are planning to implement elasticsearch along with logstash. However
the kind of requirement we have, we want that each customer has his own
login and should be able to view only his data. Also for administration
purpose would like to have user's role based access control.

Can anyone let me know if this is possible? OR if there is any other way
to do it.

Warn Regards
Prasad

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(Prasad Lele) #3

Thanks a lot Adrien for the info. That will be helpful.

Regards
Prasad

On Wed, Jan 15, 2014 at 8:07 PM, Adrien Grand <
adrien.grand@elasticsearch.com> wrote:

Hi,

Elasticsearch supports having several indices stored into the same
cluster. These indices can even have different number of shards/replicas.
However, having large numbers of indices can trigger issues as well, I
recommend that you watch
http://www.elasticsearch.org/videos/big-data-search-and-analytics/ to see
the different strategies that can be used to solve your problem (your
specific use-case is described starting at 13:30 but you should still watch
the beginning which explains the issue of having too many shards or
indices).

Regarding access control, Elasticsearch doesn't support it so this must be
handled by an additional layer on top of Elasticsearch.

On Wed, Jan 15, 2014 at 8:21 AM, Prasad Lele prasad.lele85@gmail.comwrote:

Hi,

We are planning to implement elasticsearch along with logstash. However
the kind of requirement we have, we want that each customer has his own
login and should be able to view only his data. Also for administration
purpose would like to have user's role based access control.

Can anyone let me know if this is possible? OR if there is any other way
to do it.

Warn Regards
Prasad

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