Creating a Multi-Node ELK Stack

Previously I had written a guide on Creating a Single-Node ELK Stack; covering what to do when you want create and utilize The Elastic Stack (also formally ELK) on a limited capacity, single-node basis. When assisting my roommate in creating an ELK stack of his own, I realized I had not yet described the process … Continue reading Creating a Multi-Node ELK Stack

How to Install and Configure NGINX for Kibana

In one of my prior posts, I discussed the steps necessary to set up a Single-Node ELK Stack. If you were to follow this guide, Kibana, as it stands, would be accessible to anyone on your network over Port 5601 who knows its IP Address. For myself, I could always socially outcast my roommate if … Continue reading How to Install and Configure NGINX for Kibana