I want to create a live table which shows the current status of a system.
In this particular example I want to create a table which is listing the node status of my kubernetes cluster.
There may be many events per node, because it is updated each minute or more often.
I only want to show the most recent data per node. Do I need to create entity centric indices on my own, or is there a way to tell kibana just to show data of the most recent event?
If somehow possible, I want to add information of different source events in a table. E.g. node status and cpu, memory usage taken from a different metricset. The should be combined by kubernetes.node.name = host.name
What is your opinion: Is metricbeat + kibana mature enough for monitoring metrics and logs of a productive kubernetes cluster, or are the people who say "kibana for logs, prometheus +grafana for metrics" right?