Kibi is a friendly - kept in sync - Kibana fork which add support for joins across indexes and external sources, tabbed navigation interface.
The Enterprise Edition provides support for graph analytics, alerting, access control and additional visualizations.
For more information, please check the following links:
Running the image
This image contains a Kibi instance and an empty Elasticsearch cluster.
The exposed ports are:
5606: Kibi HTTP server
9220: Elasticsearch REST interface
To run the image, execute the following command:
docker run -d -p 5606:5606 -p9220:9220 sirensolutions/kibi-community-standalone:4.6.4-4
Then connect to
http://localhost:5606 to try the demo.
localhost to the IP address of docker-machine.
Windows Docker Users
Accessing docker containers in Windows may require a small adjustment to the NAT rules
of VirtualBox. To expose port 5606 (and allow access to
try the following:
- Go to VirtualBox and select your VM image
- Choose NAT
- Click on Advanced
- Click on Port Forwarding
- Add a new rule that maps localhost:5606 to the VM port 5606
- Click OK and OK again to get back to VirtualBox's main page
- Restart the image by
- rightclicking the image,
- select Close -> Save State
- rightclick again and select Start