The Siren Blog

News on Kibi and the Search-Based Data Intelligence world

New Release: Siren Join 2.4.1 – compatible with ES 2.4.1

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Hello Everybody, we're happy to announce the release of the new version of our Siren Join Plugin: 2.4.1 - fully compatible with Elasticsearch 2.4.1. Together with the ES upgrade, this release comes with two improvements: [GH-98] Add some more info in the query response [GH-99] Set the parent index/type in the response debug actions of a filterjoin The new version also contains ...

Kibi 4.5.3 is out: CSV Export, Cross Dashboard time sync, tab filter icons

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Hi all, we're very very happy to announce Kibi 4.5.3-3 in both Community and Enterprise edition. On top of all of Kibana 4.5.3, the new main features exclusive to Kibi are: CVS Export is here (for the rest of us) CVS Export has been an awaited feature in Kibana 4 since basically when it was born, but it won't be available until Kibana 5 is out (requiring ES 5 etc) - and consequently Kibi ...

How did we marry Kibi & Keyline Graph Analytics? the Webinar

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Building data lakes, collecting logs and data streams are just a few of the heavy investments that companies are making in data infrastructure. Interactive analytics and visualizations are a vital part of this, making non-technical users able to explore and understand millions of rows of data at a glance. For this reason visualizations offered by Kibi/Kibana have become incredibly ...

Workaround for the Map Issue 4.4.2 – updated

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Update: we now released Kibi 4.4.2 which includes bugfixes, among which this. Get it now. Hi all, Since yesterday, Kibana's Map widget does not work properly as MapQuest (the default tiles server) is now requiring an AppKey to access its API. Kibi is also affected by this Kibana issue. However, it is straightforward to fix this issue by configuring the Map widget to use the Open ...

Open Positions

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Siren Solutions is rapidly expanding. Love what we're doing? We're currently looking for: Director of Business Development Junior sales representative Senior Angular.JS/Fullstack developer Devop Engineer BI/Search Deployment Project Expert Applied Data Scientist/Scientist that code Kibi has the power to leapfrog the way our industries Discover Drugs, Catch ...

Kibi and Siren Join for 2.3.x released

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We are delighted to announce the release of Siren Join 2.3.3 which is compatible with Elasticsearch 2.3.3. This releases includes bug fixes but most of all makes the currently available Kibi compatible with Elasticsearch 2.3.x (ahead of the next major 4.5 release) You can install it on your Elasticsearch 2.3.3 cluster using the following command: bin/plugin install ...

Kibi 4.4 Graph Analytics is here (..and reveals Italians who “forgot” road tax)

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Welcome Kibi Enterprise Edition 4.4.1 (yes we're skipping 4.1 versions..)   What is Kibi Enterprise Edition? KIBI EE takes Kibi to the next level.  It's for Enterprises. For Data Intelligence. For OEMers who want to build the next big thing based on a platform like no others. What is new in Enterprise Edition? Exclusively for the Enterprise Edition: Ultra Scalability and ...

Kibi Enterprise Edition is here! Sneak peak and Webinar Invitation

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Love Kibi? You'll be happy to hear we are launching Kibi Enterprise - Kibi EE on May 17th at 4.30pm (GMT +1) with a Webinar  hosted by its creators Giovanni Tummarello and Renaud Delbru. Updated: see our Launch Webinar HERE Welcome Kibi Enterprise Edition  - Kibi EE! Kibi Enterprise Edition extends regular Kibi with advanced data intelligence features and enterprise level ...

Kibi/Kibana and Hadoop? (Meet us @ Hadoop Summit 2016)

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Siren Solutions is very proud to sponsor the Hadoop Summit 2016 in Dublin, Ireland. Look for the guys in Orange and Black in the conference hall  on April 13-14. Kibi/Kibana/Elasticsearch and Hadoop? Like "Pizza and Beer" Kibi is the most advanced solution today to analyse (interconnected) streaming data, and thanks to its Elasticsearch backend, it does not require Hadoop. ...

OpenRefine creator (and Googler) David Huynh joins Siren Advisory Board

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Dublin 4/4/2016 - Dr. David Francois Huynh, creator of much loved data wrangling and browsing tools has joined Siren Solutions as an Adviser for Data Interaction User Experience. "We're very thrilled to be working with David", says Dr. Giovanni Tummarello - CEO at Siren Solutions - "He has a unique talent for creating interfaces and data environments which change the boundaries in how ...

In Kibana 5, all your plugins will break at each and every update

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In the recent days, a decision has been taken by the Kibana/Elastic guys with respect to the plugin compatibility in Kibana. Summary: all your plugins will break, by design, at every single Kibana update, including minor updates. Plugin developers will necessarily have to release new versions in order for these to run again. First of all let me get clarify that we don't see this as ...

Kibi 0.3.x is out! What’s new & what’s coming…

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0.1... 0.2... 0.3 !!!!!!  We are super happy to announce the general availability of Kibi 0.3.x series!!! What's new (and why it matters) Kibi 0.3.x extends directly the latest Kibana available today (4.4.x). This means: Kibi is therefore now compatible with ES 2.x series - via our Siren Join plugin now updated all the way to ES 2.2.x. All the goodies of Kibana 4.4 (Dark theme, ...

Joins for Elastisearch 2.x! Announcing SIREn Join 2.x

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Siren Join is a plugin for Elasticsearch that extends Elasticsearch with new search actions and a filter query parser that enables to perform a "Filter Join" between two sets of documents (in the same index or in different indices). Siren Join is at the heart of the Kibi Data intelligence platform - our friendly Kibana fork, but can also be used standalone to write applications with ...

Showing the latest values in Kibi/Kibana (say Hi to the REST Datasource)

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Kibi has a concept of external datasources which can be used in a variety of ways. A datasource can be a SQL database, a SPARQL endpoint, or a REST endpoint. After writing a query over a datasource, you can display its results in a visualization or use them as a filter with the special aggregator called "external datasource". For example, would you like to show only the traffic on your ...
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