Longitude and Kibana Integration

Longitude and Elastic Stack Integration

Longitude agentlessly collects key performance indicators from servers, network devices, and applications using appropriate protocols and API's including WMI, PowerShell, SSH, vSphere API, JDBC, SNMP, and sends the collected data to Elasticsearch.

Elasticsearch is a NoSQL database based on the Lucene search engine that houses Longitude performance indicators and Longitude event data

Kibana is the web interface that accesses Elasticsearch to deliver a rich set of searching and visualization capabilities (i.e. bar charts, pie charts, line charts, tables, and maps).

Minimum Hardware Requirements

  • Dedicated Windows 2008, Windows 2012, Windows 2016, or Windows 2019 Server
  • 2x 2+ GHz Processor
  • 16GB of Main memory
  • 100 GB of the fastest disk possible - SSD is preferred

Note:
Longitude, Elasticsearch and Kibana may be installed on different servers.

Kibana Integration Steps:

Elasticsearch Configuration
Kibana Configuration
Longitude Configuration
Dashboards

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Kibana Configuration