Since the release of CloudKarafka in early 2015, the service has developed continuously. By the feedback from users and new features, we manage to keep CloudKarafka updated, simple and adequate for our users.
You can now configure the most requested kafka settings directly from the console
All new cluster uses XFS as filesystem
All cluster restarts are performed as rolling restart with health checks
Launching of a new Apache Kafka Management Interface
Introducing Kafka Browser to simplify the debugging. Available for all plans.
Introducing Kafka Connect to simplify the integration of Kafka with other systems
Introducing Kafka Schema Registry for dedicated instances, providing a serving layer for metadata.
Release of Kafka MirrorMaker integration for dedicated instances. An available tool for maintaining a replica of an existing Kafka cluster.
Release of Kafka REST Proxy integration to make it possible to receive metadata from a cluster and produce and consume messages over a simple REST API
Made it possible to ship monitoring data from your dedicated instances to an integrated monitoring service
Added VictorOps and OpsGenie as additional alternatives for receiving alarm notifications
Introducing possibility to enable CPU, Memory usage and Disk space alarms for CloudKarafka
Added new CloudKarafka Management Interface
Introducing permission-based ACL rules for teams
Support authentication with SASL using SCRAM mechanism
CloudKarafka on Google Cloud Platform
Improved CloudKarafka cluster scaling. Dedicated clusters can now be scaled with additional nodes.
CloudKarafka as an Add-on in Heroku
Papertrail, Splunk, Loggly and Logentries as CloudKarafka integrations
Two-factor authentication available for CloudKarafka
84codes AB launches CloudKarafka