Octavia-cli removal from Airbyte opensource project

Summary

The user is inquiring about the removal of octavia-cli from the Airbyte opensource project and how to approach configuration as code without it.


Question

Hello,
I intend to create and maintain the source, destination and connection following configuration as code principle using octavia-cli : https://airbyte.com/tutorials/version-control-airbyte-configurations
I can’t find it in Airbyte opensource project anymore, does that mean that octavia-cli is removed from the airbyte (https://github.com/airbytehq/airbyte/blob/master/octavia-cli/README.md is 404 not found)? if so how I can approach configuration as code without octavia-cli ??



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You can use Terraform SDK. Airbyte Octavia CLI was migrated to a community repository but need some changes to work with latest release. https://docs.airbyte.com/terraform-documentation

<@U01MMSDJGC9> should I be worried? octavia is essencial to my use case

Nope, the ideia is to have more autonomy to add new features and make faster changes when there is a breaking change in the platform protocol

I’m going to do a spike next week to have octavia-cli compatible with latest version of Airbyte and have a CI pipeline running in the new repo