I'm playing around with elk, and once I start having nice dashboards there appears the question of proxy them in a controllable manner to some people.
Most of the doc around treats the nginx/kibana proxy matter as a same-host approach... but I'm truly wondering wether proxying from nginx public web server to an internal kibana stats server would be reachable.
This is something hard... I'm not an expert but when I tried the same thing with munin/rrd graphs it took me a lot of time to figure out the correct setup, as it involved the usage of nginx subs_filter in order to translate relative path replies coming from the server to understandable paths to the proxy/web client... no one at the munin comunity seemed to have done that before... it was hard but it finally worked.
Has anyone ever succeeded in proxying a remote, external, kibana dashboard (ie. a remote ELK stack server), form a front nginx server?
Thank you very much... best regards!