Yes there is a new version in the works.
Elasticsearch has grown considerably in the last 18 months. With
Elasticsearch 1.0, and the introduction of aggregations, we quickly
realized we needed a better platform for building more powerful interfaces.
So for the last few months we've been head down, working to polish Kibana 4
to the point where we can collect feedback and contributions.
We've left lots of pull requests open for a couple reasons: For the
community to pull into their own fork if needed, and for our own
inspiration. When someone submits code it says "I really want this!". Even
if the code doesn't get merged, we take it very seriously. Once we push out
the first preview of Kibana 4 we'll be cleaning up lots of pull requests
for features we're implemented.
As for the features you're looking for: User separation and event
correlation are things we're looking to do in Elasticsearch. Multi-value
metric aggregations are a feature I'm looking forward to in Kibana. It
will, of course, be open source.
On Tuesday, August 12, 2014 9:44:55 AM UTC-7, Antonio Augusto Santos wrote:
This one is for the devs, and Rashid in special: there is any new version
of Kibana in the works?
I'm asking this because I'm about to start a project in my company for log
management, and there are some requisites to it (user separation, event
correlation, histogram to compare two values, and so on).
So, any changes of these functionalities landing on Kibana 4.0?
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