Improved Kubernetes authentication handling in JProfiler
Since version 13, JProfiler supports profiling on Kubernetes clusters with no extra configuration.
JProfiler 13.0.6 added an important improvement for profiling a JVM in Kubernetes clusters where authentication is set up in such a way that the authentication plugin prints instructions on stdout.
For example, when the Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) is configured to authenticate with Active Directory (AD), users will be required to authenticate their identity using the kubelogin authentication plugin. The plugin will initiate a multi-factor authentication (MFA) process by prompting the user to open a URL and enter a one-time code. Previously, the information was not visible when JProfiler was making a connection to a Kubernetes cluster.
Since JProfiler 13.0.6, the progress dialog will be expanded if such output is detected. The command line output is then shown in a text area where text can be copied to the clipboard and links can be opened directly the system web browser:
After completing the instructions, the connection will be made and the pods in the cluster will be listed.