Mirantis declares the acquisition of popular Kubernetes IDE, Lens

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Open cloud company, Mirantis declared the acquisition of popular Kubernetes IDE, Lens. With this acquisition, it brings multi-cluster management to the mainstream and hugely simplifies the skill for developers that work with Kubernetes and cloud-native applications. Lens has collected extensive adoption following its launch. In March 2020 the open-source project was launched with a growing community of 35,000 users and 7,000 stargazers on GitHub, it has grown to be one of the most famous open-source projects in the cloud-native ecosystem.

Lens features incorporate:

Real-time Situational Awareness: Lens offers users the simplest and quickest path to path to situational awareness in real-time for Kubernetes applications and clusters. By a context-aware terminal, the already available Prometheus stats, and comprehensive logging Lens gives users with the most comfortable and quickest navigation within all layers in the stack, so they can see performance data and troubleshoot problems.

Context-Aware Terminal: The built-in terminal incorporates a version of kubectl that is forever API-compatible with your cluster and in the proper context by automatically downloading and allowing the accurate version in the background. While the user shifts from one cluster to another, the terminal manages the accurate kubectl version and context.

Multi-Cluster Management on Any Cloud: From a single unified IDE you can access and work with any number of Kubernetes clusters on any cloud. The clusters may be local  (for instance: minikube, Docker Desktop) or external (for instance: AKS, GKE, Docker Enterprise, EKS, Rancher, or OpenShift). Clusters may be added just by importing the kubeconfig along with details of the cluster.

Built-In Prometheus Stats: View real-time graphs and resource utilization charts blended into the dashboard, constantly in the correct context. The lens brings built-in and multi-tenant Prometheus setup that respects role-based access control RBAC for each user. Users will observe visualization for all the namespaces resources to which they have access.

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