Elastic introduces Kibana SpacesSyah Ismail
Elastic has introduced Version 6.5 which features Kibana Spaces. Spaces allows you to organize your dashboards, visualizations and other saved objects into meaningful categories. Each space is independent, so objects that exist in one space don’t clutter other spaces.
Kibana automatically creates the “Default” space for you. This is where you’ll find your existing saved objects if you are upgrading from a previous version. Your current space is always visible in the bottom right of the Kibana navigation bar. You can also navigate to Spaces management UI directly from there to create a new space. You can always see your current space by looking at the Kibana navigation bar. Deleting a space deletes all saved objects inside of that space, and it cannot be undone. You can also move saved objects from one space to another via import/export.
With a Gold or Platinum license, you can control which roles have access to each space. Access to spaces is governed by a concept called “Minimum Privilege”. Once a minimum privilege is set, you can customize access to specific spaces.
Spaces is a powerful new feature in Kibana. Organize your dashboards and visualizations like never before. Take it a step further and secure access using our completely redesigned role management interface.