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fluvio connector CLI and Fluvio’s management of connectors has been removed in this release.
You can still use local connectors with your local Fluvio cluster. For more about local connectors see the local connectors docs
The SmartModule Development kit reduces the number of steps required to get started with developing new custom SmartModules using the
This release has a preview for SmartModule chaining. This functionality is offered with our SQL outbound Cloud connector.
To see it in action, you can follow the following tutorials:
A new version of the InfinyOn Cloud platform UI has been released. We’ve added the capability to view realtime info about your cluster.
Here’s a quick preview
Check out the New UI tutorial for more information.
Management of connectors is now exclusive to InfinyOn Cloud. You can create connectors in InfinyOn with the
fluvio cloud connector CLI.
Check out the Cloud connectors docs for more info
SmartModule Hub is a new service for offering public SmartModules. This removes the requirement of installing a SmartModule development environment in order to take advantage of SmartModules. You can download SmartModules from the Hub directly to your cluster to use.
For developers, you can use
smdk to publish SmartModules to the Hub to share publicly.
Check out the SmartModule Hub docs for more info
We launched the new InfinyOn Cloud platform at KubeCon.
Thanks to those who were in attendance at KubeCon and stopped and said hi to us last week!
For the full list of changes this week, be sure to check out our CHANGELOG.