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Tag: Kibana

Add Single Sign-On to Open Distro for Elasticsearch Kibana Using SAML and ADFS

Open Distro for Elasticsearch Security (Open Distro Security) comes with authentication and access control out of the box. Prior posts have discussed LDAP integration with Open Distro for Elasticsearch and JSON Web Token authentication with Open Distro for Elasticsearch. Security Assertion Markup Language 2.0 (SAML) is an open standard for exchanging identity and security information […]

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Open Distro for Elasticsearch Security plugin selecting the tenant for Kibana visualizations and dashboards

Set up Multi-Tenant Kibana Access in Open Distro for Elasticsearch

中文版 – Elasticsearch has become a default choice for storing and analyzing log data to deliver insights on your application’s performance, your security stance, and your users’ interactions with your application. It’s so useful that many teams adopt Elasticsearch early in their development cycle to support DevOps. This grass-roots adoption often mushrooms into a confusing […]

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Use JSON Web Tokens (JWTs) to Authenticate in Open Distro for Elasticsearch and Kibana

中文版 – Token-based authentication systems are popular in the world of web services. They provide many benefits, including (but not limited to) security, scalability, statelessness, and extensibility. With Amazon’s Open Distro for Elasticsearch, users now have an opportunity to take advantage of the numerous security features included in the Security plugin. One such feature is […]

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