Thanks to Logit.io’s offering of the latest version of managed Elasticsearch built upon Open Distro users can now take advantage of Kibana Multi-Tenancy. Want to find out more about Kibana multi-tenancy? Then why not see if you are are eligible for a Kibana demo?
This allows our platform users to create named containers for storing their index patterns, dashboards, reports and visualisations. These containers are called tenants and can be set to only be accessible by certain roles with the correct read/write properties.
Private tenancies can be set for exploratory activities and drafts that you only wish to be viewable by yourself.
Tenants can be set so that when a user logs in under your specified role they are set to read, write or edit on the dashboards they are allowed to view. A limited view can secure access to sensitive data that might not be suitable for company-wide visibility, for example your sales teams are highly unlikely to be required to be the first to know about a security breach or traffic spikes occurring against a server.