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The latest news about Kpow from the Factor House team
Kpow v98.4 introduces a new CONNECT_INSPECT RBAC permission and fixes a number of minor UI bugs.
Kpow v89.3 introduces the ability to disable the log.cleaner.enable=true broker configuration check that Kpow requires for default installations.
Kpow v89.2 resolves minor issues with XML messages in Data Inspect and relay state when re-authenticating SAML sessions.
Kpow v89.1 is a major feature release that includes up to 20x improvement to Data Inspect speed, support for Confluent Managed Connect, support for Confluent Managed Connect, and support for MSK Serverless.
Kpow v88.7 resolves a minor issue introduced in Kafka 3.2.0
Apache Kafka KIP-679 changes the behaviour of default Producer configuration to enable idempotence by default. This change can cause message production to fail after updating to the 3.2.0 kafka-client libraries.
Kpow v88.6 brings Protobuf support for AWS Glue, easy configuration of JSON application logs, improved orphan schema detection, a JDK17 docker image, and improves integration with both Confluent Cloud and Confluent Schema Registry.
A recent move to v2 cgroups by a number of Linux distributions (including Amazon Linux 2022 and Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9) highlights an issue in Amazon Corretto 11 where the JVM process can cause a Docker container to exit with OOMKilled errors.