This month’s Google Open Source Live will highlight data pipelining in open cloud along with multiple sessions presented by Airflow team members and the community. Join us to learn about Google contribution in Apache Airflow, Airflow autoscaling in Google Cloud Composer, as well as logging and monitoring in Airflow and Cloud Composer. We look forward to seeing you all at Airflow Day on Google Open Source Live!
Throughout the event, our speakers will answer your questions via the Live Q&A Forum. We’ll wrap up the event with an After Party on Google Meet for an opportunity to connect with the speakers and other attendees.
Airflow Meets Google: Data Pipelining in Open Cloud
We will discuss how Google’s partnership with Apache Airflow has enabled customers to build data pipelines across their cloud environments using Composer. We’ll also share our experience on getting started with the Airflow community and how it’s structured.
Google Contribution in Apache Airflow
In this session we will talk about Google's open cloud approach and contribution in the open source community. We will also focus on current and future contributions of the Cloud Composer team in the Apache Airflow project.
Airflow Autoscaling in Google Cloud Composer
Learn how autoscaling for Apache Airflow was implemented in Google Cloud Composer along with what problems we had and how we solved them.
Logging and Monitoring in Airflow and Cloud Composer
Take a short tour through the various ways you can monitor what's happening in your Airflow environment. This session includes both keeping an eye on your workflows, and following the operations run on the whole instance (managed by Cloud Composer).
After Party on Google Meet
After livestreaming the sessions, we will host an After Party on Google Meet that will require you to log-in to a Google account. If you already have an account, please make sure to have your login and password handy.