Commit 1a8a39e0 authored by Domenico Giordano's avatar Domenico Giordano
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To be run once when a new machine needs to be configured
1. Docker-compose configuration ([link](airflow-compose))<br>
To setup the Airflow system
1. Configuration files ([link](config_file))<br>
Configuration files used for .... #FIXME
1. Docker-swarm configuration - w.i.p. ([link](docker-swarm))<br>
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## Additional Documentation
The Anomaly Detection System driven by Airflow can be started in different ways
1. using Docker compose on a given VM (our implemented choice!)
1. using Docker Swarm (requires a Swarm cluster is already up)
1. using Kubernetes (w.i.p)
The Anomaly Detection System driven by Airflow can be started not only with Docker compose (our implemented choice) but also with
Docker Swarm (requires a Swarm cluster is already up) or using Kubernetes. These two methods are still work in progress.
Details are in the following paragraphs.
### Docker Compose
This is the standard method. The instructions are in this same README.md
### Docker Swarm
This is still W.I.P.
In case of a docker swarm, run to start look into the script in folder [docker-swarm](./docker-swarm)
### Kubernetes
This is still W.I.P.
Documentation can be found at
- https://kubernetes.io/blog/2018/06/28/airflow-on-kubernetes-part-1-a-different-kind-of-operator/
- https://airflow.apache.org/docs/stable/kubernetes.html
- In case of a docker swarm, to continue the work look at the scripts in folder [docker-swarm](./docker-swarm)
- For Kubernetes documentation can be found at
- https://kubernetes.io/blog/2018/06/28/airflow-on-kubernetes-part-1-a-different-kind-of-operator/
- https://airflow.apache.org/docs/stable/kubernetes.html
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