Documentation

Apache Airflow

Apache Airflow Core, which includes webserver, scheduler, CLI and other components that are needed for minimal Airflow installation. Read the documentation »

Providers packages

Providers packages include integrations with third party projects. They are updated independently of the Apache Airflow core. Read the documentation »

Docker stack

Airflow has an official Dockerfile and Docker image published in DockerHub as a convenience package for installation. You can extend and customize the image according to your requirements and use it in your own deployments. Read the documentation »

Helm Chart

Airflow has an official Helm Chart that will help you set up your own Airflow on a cloud/on-prem Kubernetes environment and leverage its scalable nature to support a large group of users. Thanks to Kubernetes, we are not tied to a specific cloud provider. Read the documentation »

Python API Client

Airflow releases official Python API client that can be used to easily interact with Airflow REST API from Python code. See the client repository

Go API Client

Airflow releases official Go API client that can be used to easily interact with Airflow REST API from Go code. See the client repository