The latest news about Kpow from the Factor House team

Release 70: Azure and Confluent Support, Transparent CI/CD.

Monday, March 22nd 2021 by Factor House

Version 70 of Kpow brings support for Azure Event Hubs, enables Multi-Tenant Confluent Cloud, introduces a new function to Klang, open sources our continuous delivery pipeline, and more..

Release 67: Memory Leak Fix

Friday, March 12th 2021 by Factor House

Resolves a memory issue by reverting to a slightly older version of Jetty.

Release 66: UI Stability

Wednesday, March 3rd 2021 by Factor House

Resolves an issue that occasionally impacted compute/group views.

Release 65: Klang in the kREPL

Monday, March 1st 2021 by Factor House

Discover the kREPL, an interactive development environment for Apache Kafka that provides all the tooling required to consume Kafka topics and explore structured data with Klang -- a language that blends JQ and Clojure.

Release 64: Dependency Improvements

Friday, February 26th 2021 by Factor House

This release brings all dependencies to current, ameliorating CVEs raised by our automated vulnerability scanning.

Release 63: Header kJQ and UI Snappiness

Friday, November 27th 2020 by Factor House

Kpow introduces the ability to apply kJQ queries to message headers, allowing you to search tens of thousands of messages a second and match by header.

Release 62: Compute Label Correction

Friday, November 20th 2020 by Factor House

Kpow corrects a labelling off-by-one error with horizontally displayed topologies.

Release 61: Connect Permissive SSL

Thursday, November 19th 2020 by Factor House

Kpow provides a new environment variable to allow SSL connections to Kafka Connect where the SSL certificate is deliberately not validated.

Release 60: Kpow, LDAP, JAAS, and Compute

Tuesday, November 17th 2020 by Factor House

Kpow, Compute Console, and Jetty User Authentication (LDAP, File, and DB) all come in v60 of our engineering toolkit for Apache Kafka®

Release 59: SAML Session Duration

Monday, October 19th 2020 by Factor House

Kpow provides a new environment variable to control the SAML session duration