Confluent Cloud Release Notes¶
This page contains the latest release notes for features and updates to Confluent Cloud.
February 27, 2019¶
- NEW: Topic management UI
- You can now see the actual topics, configurations, and events on your cluster from the Confluent Cloud web interface. For details, see Managing Topics in Confluent Cloud.
- NEW: Consumer lag
- You can now see how your consumer groups are managing with the traffic on your cluster from the Confluent Cloud web interface. For details, see Monitoring Consumer Lag.
These features are not yet available for customers using VPC peering.
January 22, 2019¶
- In the past, Confluent Cloud allowed users to configure a wide range of topic level configuration parameters. However, some of these parameters aren’t necessary when using a fully managed service. Confluent Cloud now ignores these parameters. Existing users should see no change, as it has been verified that these parameters were never used in practice.
- For consistency, we have removed some configuration parameters that are not adjustable from the describe topics/configuration APIs. These configurations are now read-only.
- The UI has been updated to show you more information with fewer clicks, and to logically group common actions.
- Now you can see provisioned capacity and usage data for all your clusters on the new Environment Overview page. Usage data was previously available in a dedicated Activity page for each cluster.
- Many administrative actions and support links are always available by clicking on your name in the upper-right corner. These options were previously available in the left sidebar and in the cluster management UI.
- This update doesn’t include any new functionality, but it lays the foundation for many upcoming features.
- The Confluent Cloud Quick Start and related documentation is updated to reflect these changes.