Kubernetes is the OS for the cloud. Thousands of businesses and people develop and operate their Kubernetes on Lens — The largest and most advanced Kubernetes platform in the world.
Latest Version: v4.2.1 (09/04/2021)
Lens Desktop works with any Kubernetes. It removes complexity and increases productivity. It’s used by everyone — from devs to ops and startups to large companies.
Expand the core functionality of Lens Desktop with Desktop Kubernetes, Teamwork, Security and Commercial Support for increased productivity and time to value.
Lens is built on open source with a vibrant community and is backed by a number of Kubernetes and cloud native ecosystem pioneers.
At CLASTIX we use it. Recommended. We have been early adopters of Lens and always recommend it to our customers.
Loving @k8slens a great OSS tool for k8s 🙌
This is fantastic, good to know about Lens.. being able to control k8s through a GUI is really awesome.
Been using Lens for a while now, can't imagine doing my job without it, keep up the great work.
I've shared it already, but I want to say again that I'm real happy I found @k8slens for Kubernetes work. Makes it much more convenient, especially when juggling multiple clusters!
Here's a nice and free desktop app that will help you visualize and control your Kubernetes cluster(s). 🐳
I know how overwhelming managing a k8s cluster can be. You can get quickly lost in the command line.
Here comes Lens, the IDE for Kubernetes. Link is in the reply 👇
I love Lens. It’s very clean, easy to use, and provides great information at a glance! Congratulations!
I'm loving it! The best universal tool for Kubernetes. It is like finally having eyes in Kube world. Easy to spot divergencies from normal and then use different tools to deepdive.
I have to say I've really been enjoying @k8slens to help track events across my cluster when running @projectsonobuoy e2e testing #k8s #Kubernetes #e2etesting
Today I just discovered @k8slens and I am blown away how helpful this tool is. The open source community is amazing!
Can't imagine working without @k8slens again. It saves so much time when debugging. Awesome tool! #Kubernetes
k8s Lens https://k8slens.dev has become an indispensable tool for me to get a quick overview of workloads on kubernetes across clusters
Thanks for building Lens. Its really excellent
Hijacking this to say @k8slens is excellent and really helped me grok and love my kube clusters