The go-to for quickly creating great looking, interactive visualizations is to utilize Kibana, the “K” in the ELK stack. Kibana is a data visualization and exploration tool built and maintained by Elastic.
After the data is extracted from the source(s), transformed, and readied for loading, the next step is to configure the Elasticsearch environment and setup the proper structure to support required data query requests.
Some organizations may only need to extract data from a single source, but as mentioned in our introduction, more often than not there are..
Elasticsearch (ES) is not a one-size fits all product, but it does provide a solid foundation for flexible document storage, full-text search, and powerful analytics, all with fast response times to meet and exceed the demands of modern applications and business needs