How to configure a secure connection for Kibana
Note that this procedure does not work with Internet Explorer.
Modern browsers are blocking calls from https to an internal http request
http://elasticssearch:9200. This occurs when you use Kibana with SSL.
To solve the issue, you can use a reverse proxy, for example Apache or NGINX, for the
Elasticsearch call in config.js. For more information about how to use
a reverse proxy, see https://www.reddit.com/r/elasticsearch/comments/2uhnvu/elastic_search_and_kibana_behind_a_reverse_apache/.
- Go to <Tomcat_path>/conf , where <Tomcat_path> corresponds to the path where Tomcat is installed.
- Open the server.xml file.
Comment the element beginning with <Connector port="8080" and uncomment the element starting with <Connector port="8443" as shown in the following screenshot.
Replace the element starting with <Connector port="8443" with the following element:
<Connector port="8443" protocol="org.apache.coyote.http11.Http11Protocol" keystoreFile="C:\Talend\6.0.0\tac\apache-tomcat\bin\server.keystore" keystorePass="talend" maxThreads="150" SSLEnabled="true" scheme="https" secure="true" clientAuth="false" sslProtocol="TLS" />You should replace the keystoreFile and the keystorePass attributes with the one that correspond to your configuration.
- Open your Web browser and go to https://localhost:8443/kibana/#/dashboard.
- Open you Talend Administration Center web application.
- Go to the Configuration page.
- In the Monitoring part, enter the following address in the Kibana URL field :https://192.168.32.127:8443/kibana.
In the Logging part, enter the following address in the Logstash host and port field: 192.168.32.127:8050.
- In the left panel, click Logging under the Monitoring menu to check the Logging page.