This Week in Fluvio #47

Sep 17, 2022

Fluvio is a distributed, programmable streaming platform written in Rust.

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Progress report:


fluvio connector CLI deprecation

This is update #3 since we announced the deprecation of the fluvio connector subcommand.

We are in process of documenting the migration strategy for our Open Source users to continue managing their connectors locally using connector-run.

If you’re interested in trying out the bleeded edge, you can run these commands to build the connector-run CLI, and run your connector in Kubernetes using your existing connector config file:

$ git clone
$ cd fluvio-connectors
$ cargo run --release --bin connector-run -- apply --config /path/to/your/connector.yml

Please connect with us in our Discord channel or you can email us at if there are any questions, concerns, comments, etc.

We’ll continue to make updates about this matter until resolved.


Recent events

The InfinyOn team spent the week in NYC for an in-person meetup to plan for the future.

For some of us, this was the first time meeting face-to-face. This was the first time we were all in the same room since our last event last year!

A group photo of the InfinyOn team standing in from of the entrance of the NYC Google office at Pier 57

We’re not yet ready to talk about it, but we are looking forward to the reveal of this collaboration. Stay tuned!


Open positions

Get in touch with us on Github Discussions or join our Discord channel and come say hello!

For the full list of changes this week, be sure to check out our CHANGELOG.