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Lens, the IDE you need for K8s Clusters

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This article explores Lens, an IDE for Kubernetes that enables easier management, monitoring, & observability for clusters. It is a standalone application, and it is available on all platforms.

Lens is quite powerful providing us with real-time statistics, log streams, and troubleshooting capabilities out of the box while it’s open-source and free.

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