Deploying to Astronomer Enterprise
Once you've finished up the installation, you are ready to deploy DAGs. We'll walk through deploying Airflow DAG via the astro-cli, but you can also check out our CI/CD guide for deploying through another system.
We'll walk through deploying a sample DAG to make sure your installation works as expected.
(Note: If you're looking for steps on how to deploy to your Astronomer Cloud account, check out our Getting Started with Cloud.
1. Initialize and Authenticate
astro airflow init
This will generate a project structure, as well as a sample DAG and plugin. You can read more about how our CLI works here.
You can run
astro airflow start
to spin up a local Airflow environment.
Finally, authenticate with:
astro auth login [baseDomain]
Note: Depending on the type of authentication you're using, the process will be a little different. If you are using the default Google OAuth, leave the Username field blank and continue follow the instructions on the terminal.
2. Configure and spin up a deployment
Once you've authenticated, head over to
app.BASEDOMAIN and spin up and configure a new deployment.
You'll be able to further configure your deployment after your initialize it. Wait a few minutes and it should be ready!
3. List your workspaces
astro workspace list from the CLI to see a list of all the workspaces you have access to.
To switch between workspaces, run:
astro workspace switch [UUID]
4. Run our deploy command
astro airflow deploy [release-name]
If you do NOT include a release name, you will be prompted to choose from a deployment in the workspace you are pointing to.
After deploying, you'll see some stdout as the CLI builds and pushes images to your private registry.
5. Check your Instance
Once you push your code, jump over to your deployment and you'll see the code you had locally running in your Astronomer environment!
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