In this video, learn how to work with Composer for managed Apache Airflow.
- [Instructor] The next tool is Cloud Composer. … This is managed Apache Airflow, … and again, is often used in combination … for complex data pipelines with Dataflow and Dataproc. … The idea here is that you get visibility … into your complex pipelines that are often hosted … So it takes about 15, 20 minutes to set this up, … so I just created a default instance. … And then you get visibility into the Airflow web server. … So I didn't bother to run any jobs … because the amount of time that it would take. … So if you wanted to understand what type of visibility, … you could just quickly go over to the documentation here, … so again, the directed acyclic graph … from your complex processing tasks, … and you can see, … here, this is a pretty good screenshot, … that shows for each task what is the run of the task … what is the DAG run, … and then links out to logs and information about it. … In addition to the list here … you get a very useful tree view, … which I find as an architect, …
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