Deploy a CNDI Cluster from Linux OS source to your local machine
This tutorial is written both for data scientists and engineers who are looking to develop scalable workflows in Airflow without having to create and configure Kubernetes clusters yourself.
Intended Outcomes for Tutorial
In this tutorial, you will learn:
✅ How to download or clone CNDI code, so we can execute it
✅ How to fill out the CNDI configurator web app
✅ Configuring an CNDI cluster on your local machine for quick development and testing
✅ How to login into the CNDI cluster workflow orchestrator, Airflow
- Git installed locally with a Github account.