Maybe I am missing something and my use case is a bad idea, but I really love the visualization tools directly built into kibana, and was hoping to use a kibana dashboard as a radiator on both developer machines, as well as on raspberry pi (2s) running directly connected to TVs in our office.
On a developer machine (recent laptop), this runs quick and snappy and really is useful.
However on the raspberry pi it's way too slow to use. I am running a raspberry pi with latest Raspbian release, with everything up to date. I have tried this on chromium as well as other browsers, but it takes 5 minutes or more just to load the kibana main page regardless.
I have created an index pattern that is restricted to just the last few days of data (my data set is not that huge to begin with), and I have a dashboard with 6 tables with the last 6 results in each, each cut to their own view of the data. If I set this to autoupdate every minute or so, I am always multiple minutes behind and often seeing chromium warnings for "this page has become unresponsive".
Is there any other way I can make this faster? Yes I know I am not posting inner details of my indices, data volume, etc, but the difference is 100000x for something that at face value is relatively simple.