Lenses introduces a powerful new feature – the ability to backup and restore Kafka topics directly to AWS S3.
Learn how to backup and restore your topics to AWS S3 here.
Experience an enhanced user interface for Kafka Connect within Lenses.
Export & share the Kafka data you’ve found through Lenses.
You can now deploy Lenses under a URL subpath.
This allows you to reuse the same domain for all your Lenses environments.
Up until now you needed separate domains for each of Lenses instances.
e.g., in a 3-environment setup:
With 5.3 you can now reuse a single domain and place all your Lenses under it, using subpath deployments
To configure the desired subpath, simply set the lenses.root.path setting to your preferred path. This path serves as
the base from which all Lenses URLs will be served.
You can now fully manage and track your enterprise users, both with SSO and LDAP:
Lenses greatly improves its GitOps capabilities for managing your Lenses installation.
It builds upon the provision.yaml introduced in 5.0 to offer a definitive way to drive your Lenses deployments
Learn how to deploy Lenses with GitOps here.
See your Debezium connectors in the Lenses topology with all the topics they link to, dynamically.
Lenses can now discover the topics used by connectors at runtime.
This enables Lenses to support connectors that do dynamic topic routing such as Debezium.
Find a detailed list of all the enabled features and limits of your plan.
Generate a report and share it with the Lenses support team for a more streamlined support experience.
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