This article provides a step-by-step guide on the various ways to delete records in Kafka.
The latest news about Kpow from the Factor House team
Delete Records in KafkaWednesday, March 15th 2023 by Thomas Crowley
Release 91.2: Resume Connector Bulk ActionTuesday, March 14th 2023 by Factor House
Kpow v91.2 is a minor release that introduces the new 'Resume Connector' bulk action
Release 91.1: ksqlDB UI and Broker Disk TelemetryMonday, March 6th 2023 by Factor House
Kpow v91.1 introduces a new ksqlDB UI, new disk usage telemetry, and wildcard filtering.
Release 90.6: Dark ModeThursday, January 26th 2023 by Factor House
Kpow v90.6 introduces our new Dark Mode UI, improved intellisense, and confiugrable persistence settings.
Release 90.5: Java 8 Build FixTuesday, December 20th 2022 by Factor House
Kpow v90.5 fixed a regression in our Java 8 Build
Release 90.4: Bulk actions, performance tuning, and community enhancementsFriday, December 16th 2022 by Factor House
Kpow v90.4 introduces a new Bulk Actions feature that allows you to take action on multiple resources in one click.
Release 90.3: OpenID configurability and tenancy performance improvementsFriday, December 2nd 2022 by Factor House
Kpow v90.3 features improved OpenID configuration and tenancy materialization performance improvements
Release 90.2: Improved OpenID Connect SSO supportThursday, November 3rd 2022 by Factor House
Kpow v90.2 is a minor release featuring improved OpenID Connect SSO support.
Release 90.1: New UI, New Features, and Kpow Community EditionThursday, October 27th 2022 by Factor House
Kpow v90.1 is packed with new Connect and Data Inspect features, provides a refreshed UI, and introduces Kpow Community Edition (CE).
Operatr.IO has a new name: Meet Factor HouseFriday, September 16th 2022 by Kylie Troy-West
This news has been many months in the making. Today Derek, Tom, and I are proud to share our new look and name with the world. Factor House has arrived.