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Using Kibana with Bonsai


Kibana is an open-source data visualization and dashboard tool built for time-series analytics with Elasticsearch. It takes advantage of Elasticsearch’s full-text querying and aggregation capabilities to built highly flexible and interactive dashboards. Your Bonsai cluster supports Kibana by default, via the standard Elasticsearch HTTP protocol. We use it frequently ourselves, and this article describes how you can set up and run Kibana with your Bonsai cluster. ## Do you offer hosted Kibana dashboards with clusters? We do! If your cluster version is 5.x or greater, you can launch Kibana from your Bonsai cluster dashboard. To learn more about configuring your Bonsai Kibana and creating dashboard and components, navigate to our Kibana walkthrough: - https://docs.bonsai.io/v1.0/docs/kibana