Tag: Lens

Kubernetes Cheat Sheet

Often you know what you want to do, you just can't remember the vocabulary or syntax for how to do it. This Kubernetes cheat sheet is designed to help solve that problem. Kubernetes provides a way to orchestrate containers to provide a robust, cloud native environment. The architecture looks something like this: Kubernetes Terms  Terms with which you should be familiar: Cluster - …

Lens 5 for Kubernetes adds new features to securely access shared clusters from anywhere

Lens 5 includes Lens Spaces, a centralized cloud-based service that lets teams collaborate on cloud-native development.

Lens Integration with Mirantis Container Cloud 2.9

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, allowing you to open your clusters in Lens with a single click!   Container Cloud Lens extension You may already be aware of our open source Container Cloud Lens extension. We built this …

Lens 5.0 Beta

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, anywhere We're steadily progressing toward the next major release of Lens. Today, Mirantis and Team Lens are introducing Lens 5 beta — adding significant new functionality to Lens, including a new way of sharing access …

The Lens 4.1 Kubernetes IDE includes greater control and streamlined workflows

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 Kubernetes IDE quick tip:  keyboard shortcuts and the command palette

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.

Working with multiple Kubernetes clusters in Mirantis Container Cloud and Lens

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.

Lens 4.0 Kubernetes IDE is here

There's been a lot of excitement around here about Lens lately. And why not? With more than 1.3 million downloads and close to 10,000 stars on Github since its inception in March 2020, Lens has quickly become the world's most popular IDE for Kubernetes, and with release of Lens 4.0, that's likely to not just continue, but accelerate. In particular, large …

Mirantis is at KubeCon. Join our live experts!

The CNCF’s KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2020 is officially underway, and it’s an exciting time for developers and technologists to gather to discuss the latest in the Kubernetes and Cloud Native communities. Mirantis, a proud gold-level sponsor for this year’s event, would like to invite you to check out our virtual booth (located in Gold-Hall B), which showcases our …

How the Lens Extension API lets you add on to an already great Kubernetes IDE

You may already know Lens as the Kubernetes IDE that makes it simple for developers to work with Kubernetes and Kubernetes objects, but what if you could customize it for the way you work and what information you see from your cluster? Today we're announcing Lens 4.0 and the Lens Extensions API, which lets you quickly code lightweight integrations that customize …

Lens 3.6 Released — Kubeconfig Files as References, Additional Smart Terminal Options and More!

We’re excited to announce Lens — the Kubernetes IDE — version 3.6 is now available. This is the first release since Mirantis took over the lead in the project. The biggest new features are related to the way Lens manages Kubernetes cluster access using kubeconfig files and additional smart terminal configuration options. These features will greatly improve the overall user …

Getting started with Lens

You can use Lens to control local clusters (such as Docker Kubernetes Service clusters running on your laptop), or remote clusters on bare metal, private, or public clouds.

Lens, the world’s most popular Kubernetes IDE, has found a new home at Mirantis

Lens brings multi-cluster management into the mainstream and simplifies the experience for developers working with Kubernetes and cloud-native applications.