docker-elk - The ELK stack powered by Docker and Compose.

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Run the latest version of the Elastic stack with Docker and Docker Compose. It will give you the ability to analyze any data set by using the searching/aggregation capabilities of Elasticsearch and the visualization power of Kibana.

https://github.com/deviantony/docker-elk

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