Easily manage all your Kafka instances by creating viewlets for Kafka nodes, clusters, brokers, topics, partitions, consumers, and connectors. You can also create viewlets for schemas, schema subjects, and schema subject versions.
Learn how to Create a Remote Kafka Manager Connection.
For more information about Apache Kafka, refer to https://kafka.apache.org/documentation/.
Displays the overall context of the clusters connected. This summary information is gathered from the collective brokers and services.
Displays Kafka brokers across clusters and operational information. Allows for control of cluster properties which can be configured.
Displays the topics defined across the clusters and current usage. On the fly updates, such as changing number of partitions, are supported. Messages can be opened from this screen to view associated details.
Users can create and delete topics, change topic attributes such as partition and replication, compare topic definitions including across clusters.
Messages are accessed by drilling down from a topic. They can be filtered by partition, content, or offset, or can tail a given topic. Messages can be read from most recent to least recent.
Users can add messages, load files to topics and save topics to a file.
Kafka Schema (Confluent)
Kafka Schema Subject (Confluent)
Kafka Schema Subject Version (Confluent)