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Astro Hosted resource reference


This document applies only to Astro Hosted and does not apply to Astro Hybrid. To see whether you're an Astro Hosted user, click your Workspace name in the upper left corner of the Astro UI, then click Organization Settings. On the General page, your Astro product type is listed under Product Type.

For Astro Hybrid resource reference material, see:

This page contains reference information for all supported Astro Hosted Deployment and cluster resource configurations. Use this information to determine whether Astro supports the type of Airflow environment you want to run.

If you're interested in a cloud region or resource size that's not mentioned here, reach out to Astronomer support.

Add domains to allowlist

If you're on your organization's network and can't access Astro, make a request to allowlist the following domains on your network:

  • https://astro-<organization-short-name>
  • https://<organization-short-name>

Astro worker machine types

Astro Deployments use the following worker machine types to run tasks. If you use the Celery executor, you can configure a worker queue to run tasks on a specific machine type. If you use the Kubernetes executor, Astro automatically chooses which worker machine types to use based on how many resources your tasks request.

Worker TypevCPUMemoryEphemeral storageDefault task concurrencyMax task concurrency
A512GiB10 GiB515
A1024GiB10 GiB1030
A2048GiB10 GiB2060
A40816GiB10 GiB40120
A601224GiB10 GiB60180
A1202448GiB10 GiB120360
A1603264GiB10 GiB160480

Standard cluster regions

A standard cluster is a multi-tenant cluster that's hosted and managed by Astronomer. Astronomer maintains standard clusters in a limited regions and clouds, with support for more regions and clouds coming soon.

Currently, standard clusters are available on the following clouds and regions:

ap-southeast-1Asia Pacific (Singapore)
eu-central-1Europe (Frankfurt)
us-east-1US East (N. Virginia)
us-west-2US West (Oregon)

Dedicated cluster regions

A dedicated cluster is cluster that Astronomer provisions solely for use by your Organization. You can create new dedicated clusters from the Astro UI in a variety of clouds and regions. To configure dedicated clusters, see Create a dedicated cluster.

Currently, dedicated clusters are available on the following clouds and regions:

ap-northeast-1Asia Pacific (Tokyo)
ap-southeast-1Asia Pacific (Singapore)
ap-southeast-2Asia Pacific (Sydney)
ap-south-1Asia Pacific (Mumbai)
eu-central-1Europe (Frankfurt)
eu-west-1Europe (Ireland)
eu-west-2Europe (London)
sa-east-1South America (São Paulo)
us-east-1US East (N. Virginia)
us-east-2US East (Ohio)
us-west-1US West (N. California)
us-west-2US West (Oregon)

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