The new Lens 4.1 Kubernetes IDE release delivers user-interface and quality-of-life improvements, like a new Command Palette for those of you who enjoy keyboard shortcuts, more control over auto-updates, and the ability to add new Helm repositories via the graphic UI (previously, this had to be done from the command line).
Lens 5.0 beta delivers new tools for organizing resources and accelerating work, including Lens Spaces: a s...
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Mirantis is proud to announce the release of Lens 5.2, bringing exciting updates to the popular open source integrated development environment (IDE) for Kubernetes. This release consists of...
Lens 5 includes Lens Spaces, a centralized cloud-based service that lets teams collaborate on cloud-native development.
With this week’s release of Mirantis Container Cloud 2.9, I’d like to take a moment to highlight some new, exciting, time-saving features. Container Cloud now integrates seamlessly with Lens,...
Mirantis recently announced Lens 5, which comes with a wide range of new features and capabilities. We invited Miska Kaipiainen, Senior Director Of Engineering at Mirantis, to take a deep dive into th
Lens 5.0 beta delivers new tools for organizing resources and accelerating work, including Lens Spaces: a secure, cloud-based enhancement for simplifying access control to Kubernetes clusters,...
Lens provides a handy Kubernetes dashboard, but some people prefer not to click around with their mouse any more than absolutely necessary, and would rather use keyboard shortcuts.
Complete guide for getting started with Lens, the world's most powerful Kubernetes IDE. Follow step-by-step to learn how to launch Lens on any computer with a graphical interface. Screenshots included
One of the advantages both Mirantis Container Cloud and the Lens IDE share is that both enable you to easily work with multiple Kubernetes clusters.
Blog post explaining Lens, the world's most popular Kubernetes IDE. Key app features & functionalities are explained, along with a brief video showing-off the product. Check out version 4.0 now!
Blog covering the recent API additions made for Lens, the #1 Kubernetes IDE. Lens has partnered with the top talent in the K8s space, giving users access to the most advanced APIs to use on your data.
Lens, the Kubernetes IDE, version 3.6 is now live! This blog details the changes coming in 3.6, including changes to Kubeconfig files, more Smart Terminal options & the full list of updates for v3.6
Lens, the Kubernetes IDE, is now officially a part of Mirantis! Lens brings multi-cluster management to the mainstream, making it quick & easy to view your clusters on nearly any device with access.