Astronomer Airflow Set-Up Instructions
1. Sign up at app.astronomer.io
Once you’ve verified your email address, you’ll be set to log in.
2. Click into our Airflow module
To provision an instance, go right ahead to the Airflow tab on the left side bar of our interface.
3. Enter your Upgrade Code
If you’ve reached out to our sales team to access our Airflow beta program, you should have received an upgrade code.
If you haven’t been in touch with our team, reach out to R. Brad Kirn at firstname.lastname@example.org. He’ll get you set up.
4. Provision an Airflow Instance
Now that you’ve made it in, go ahead and create your own private Apache Airflow Webserver and Scheduler.
5. Wait for Webserver and Scheduler to Start
It’ll take a couple of seconds for your Webserver and Scheduler to start kickin’. You should see both icons first turn yellow (“Staging”) and then green (“Running”).
6. Run the CLI (Command Line Interface) Install Script
Now, you’re ready to install the CLI. Here are some instructions, depending on your operating system:
iOS or Linux users: Download the CLI by copying this into your Terminal command line:
curl -o- https://cli.astronomer.io/install.sh | bash
Windows users: Check out our GitHub README to manually download the CLI.
Note: While we support Windows, our product is optimized for Linux and iOS users. Consider making the switch if you can, and reach out if you have any trouble.
Here’s more documentation on our CLI.
7. Sign into the CLI
8. Push DAGs
With that, you’re all set up to start pushing DAGs. Don’t know where to start? Check out these docs:
- DAG Example
- DAG Deployment Documentation
- DAG Writing Best Practices
- Airflow Connections Documentation
Not finding what you’re looking for? Reach out to our team at email@example.com