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Apache Airflow - A platform to programmatically author, schedule, and monitor workflows

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Apache Airflow (or simply Airflow) is a platform to programmatically author, schedule, and monitor workflows.

When workflows are defined as code, they become more maintainable, versionable, testable, and collaborative.

Use Airflow to author workflows as directed acyclic graphs (DAGs) of tasks. The Airflow scheduler executes your tasks on an array of workers while following the specified dependencies. Rich command line utilities make performing complex surgeries on DAGs a snap. The rich user interface makes it easy to visualize pipelines running in production, monitor progress, and troubleshoot issues when needed.

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Apache Airflow is tested with:

Master version (2.0.0dev)

  • Python versions: 3.6, 3.7, 3.8
  • Postgres DB: 9.6, 10
  • MySQL DB: 5.7
  • Sqlite - latest stable (it is used mainly for development purpose)
  • Kubernetes - 1.16.2, 1.17.0

Stable version (1.10.11)

  • Python versions: 2.7, 3.5, 3.6, 3.7, 3.8
  • Postgres DB: 9.6, 10
  • MySQL DB: 5.6, 5.7
  • Sqlite - latest stable (it is used mainly for development purpose)
  • Kubernetes - 1.16.2, 1.17.0

Additional notes on Python version requirements

  • Stable version requires at least Python 3.5.3 when using Python 3

Getting started

Please visit the Airflow Platform documentation (latest stable release) for help with installing Airflow, getting a quick start, or a more complete tutorial.

Documentation of GitHub master (latest development branch): ReadTheDocs Documentation

For further information, please visit the Airflow Wiki.

Official container (Docker) images for Apache Airflow are described in IMAGES.rst.

Installing from PyPI

Airflow is published as


package in PyPI. Installing it however might be sometimes tricky because Airflow is a bit of both a library and application. Libraries usually keep their dependencies open and applications usually pin them, but we should do neither and both at the same time. We decided to keep our dependencies as open as possible (in

) so users can install different versions of libraries if needed. This means that from time to time plain

pip install apache-airflow

will not work or will produce unusable Airflow installation.

In order to have repeatable installation, however, introduced in Airflow 1.10.10 and updated inAirflow 1.10.12 we also keep a set of "known-to-be-working" constraint files in the orphan




branches. We keep those "known-to-be-working" constraints files separately per major/minor python version. You can use them as constraint files when installing Airflow from PyPI. Note that you have to specify correct Airflow tag/version/branch and python versions in the URL.

  1. Installing just airflow:
pip install apache-airflow==1.10.12 \ --constraint ""
  1. Installing with extras (for example postgres,google)
    bash pip install apache-airflow[postgres,google]==1.10.11 \ --constraint ""

Official Docker images

In order to use Airflow in Docker Compose or Kubernetes, you might need to use or build production images of Apache Airflow. The community provides two types of support for the production images:

  • We provide pre-build released version of production image in PyPI build from released sources of Apache Airflow - shortly after release. Those images are available in the DockerHub. You can pull those images via

docker pull apache/airflow:<version>-pythonX.Y</version>
  • version is the version number (for example 1.10.11). Additionally
    docker pull apache/airflow

    will pull latest stable version of the image with default python version (currently 3.6)



branch of Airflow and in


branch we provide Dockerfiles and accompanying files that allow to build your own customized version of the Airflow Production image. The instructions on how to build your own image with additional dependencies (if needed) are provided in theIMAGES.rst if you want to build it using

docker build

command or inBREEZE.rst to use Breeze tool which easier interface, auto-complete, and accompanying screencast video. Note, that while it is possible to use master branch to build images for released Airflow versions, it might at times get broken so you should rather rely on building your own images from the v1-10-stable branch.

Beyond the Horizon

Airflow is not a data streaming solution. Tasks do not move data from one to the other (though tasks can exchange metadata!). Airflow is not in the Spark Streamingor Storm space, it is more comparable toOozie orAzkaban.

Workflows are expected to be mostly static or slowly changing. You can think of the structure of the tasks in your workflow as slightly more dynamic than a database structure would be. Airflow workflows are expected to look similar from a run to the next, this allows for clarity around unit of work and continuity.


  • Dynamic: Airflow pipelines are configuration as code (Python), allowing for dynamic pipeline generation. This allows for writing code that instantiates pipelines dynamically.
  • Extensible: Easily define your own operators, executors and extend the library so that it fits the level of abstraction that suits your environment.
  • Elegant: Airflow pipelines are lean and explicit. Parameterizing your scripts is built into the core of Airflow using the powerful Jinja templating engine.
  • Scalable: Airflow has a modular architecture and uses a message queue to orchestrate an arbitrary number of workers.

User Interface

  • DAGs: Overview of all DAGs in your environment.

  • Tree View: Tree representation of a DAG that spans across time.

  • Graph View: Visualization of a DAG's dependencies and their current status for a specific run.

  • Task Duration: Total time spent on different tasks over time.

  • Gantt View: Duration and overlap of a DAG.

  • Code View: Quick way to view source code of a DAG.

Backport packages

Context: Airflow 2.0 operators, hooks, and secrets

Currently, stable Apache Airflow versions are from the 1.10.* series. We are working on the future, major version of Airflow from the 2.0.* series. It is going to be released in 2020. However, the exact time of release depends on many factors and is not yet confirmed.

We have already a lot of changes in the operators, transfers, hooks, sensors, secrets for many external systems, but they are not used nor tested widely because they are part of the master/2.0 release.

In the Airflow 2.0 - following AIP-21 "change in import paths" all the non-core interfaces to external systems of Apache Airflow have been moved to the "airflow.providers" package.

Thanks to that and automated backport effort we took, the operators from Airflow 2.0 can be used in Airflow 1.10 as separately installable packages, with the constraint that those packages can only be used in python3.6+ environment.

Installing Airflow 2.0 operators in Airflow 1.10

We released backport packages that can be installed for older Airflow versions. Those backport packages are going to be released more frequently that main Airflow 1.10.* releases.

You will not have to upgrade your Airflow version to use those packages. You can find those packages in thePyPI and install them separately for each provider.

Those packages are available now and can be used in the latest Airflow 1.10.* version. Most of those packages are also installable and usable in most Airflow 1.10.* releases but there is no extensive testing done beyond the latest released version, so you might expect more problems in earlier Airflow versions.

An easier migration path to 2.0

With backported providers package users can migrate their DAGs to the new providers package incrementally and once they convert to the new operators/sensors/hooks they can seamlessly migrate their environments to Airflow 2.0. The nice thing about providers backport packages is that you can use both old and new classes at the same time - even in the same DAG. So your migration can be gradual and smooth. Note that in Airflow 2.0 old classes raise deprecation warning and redirect to the new classes wherever it is possible. In some rare cases the new operators will not be fully backwards compatible - you will find information about those cases in where we explained all such cases. Switching early to the Airflow 2.0 operators while still running Airflow 1.10 will make your migration much easier.

More information about the status and releases of the back-ported packages are available at Backported providers package page

Installing backport packages

Note that the backport packages might require extra dependencies. Pip installs the required dependencies automatically when it installs the backport package, but there are sometimes cross-dependencies between the backport packages. For example


package has cross-dependency with


package to allow transfers between those two cloud providers. You might need to install those packages in case you use cross-dependent packages. The easiest way to install them is to use "extras" when installing the package, for example the below will install both




backport packages:

pip install apache-airflow-backport-providers-google[amazon]

This is all documented in the PyPI description of the packages as well as in the file available for each provider package. For example for google package you can find the readme in You will also find there the summary of both - new classes and moved classes as well as requirement information.

Troubleshooting installing backport packages

Backport providers only work when they are installed in the same namespace as the 'apache-airflow' 1.10 package. This is majority of cases when you simply run

pip install
  • it installs all packages in the same folder (usually in
    ). But when you install the
    using different methods (for example using
    pip install -e .
    pip install --user
    they might be installed in different namespaces. If that's the case, the provider packages will not be importable (the error in such case is
    ModuleNotFoundError: No module named 'airflow.providers'

If you experience the problem, you can easily fix it by creating symbolic link in your installed "airflow" folder to the "providers" folder where you installed your backport packages. If you installed it with


, this link should be created in your airflow sources, if you installed it with the


flag it should be from the




Want to help build Apache Airflow? Check out our contributing documentation.

Who uses Apache Airflow?

As the Apache Airflow community grows, we'd like to keep track of who is using the platform. Please send a PR with your company name and @githubhandle if you may.

Currently officially using Airflow:

  1. 4G Capital [@posei]
  2. 6play [@lemourA, @achaussende, @d-nguyen, @julien-gm]
  3. 8fit [@nicor88, @frnzska]
  4. 90 Seconds [@aaronmak]
  5. 99 [@fbenevides, @gustavoamigo & @mmmaia]
  7. Adobe [@mishikaSingh, @ramandumcs, @vardancse]
  8. Agari [@r39132]
  9. Agoda [@akki]
  10. Airbnb [@mistercrunch, @artwr]
  11. AirDNA
  12. Airfinity [@sibowyer]
  13. Airtel [@harishbisht]
  14. Akamas [@GiovanniPaoloGibilisco, @lucacavazzana]
  15. Alan [@charles-go]
  16. [@kretes]
  17. AloPeyk [@blcksrx, @AloPeyk]
  18. AltX [@pedromduarte]
  19. AMPATH[@AMPATH, @fatmali]
  20. Apigee [@btallman]
  21. ARGO Labs [@California Data Collaborative]
  22. ARMEDANGELS [@swiffer]
  23. Arquivei [@arquivei]
  24. Arrive
  25. Asana [@chang, @dima-asana, @jdavidheiser, @ricardoandresrojas]
  26. Astronomer [@schnie, @ashb, @kaxil, @dimberman, @andriisoldatenko, @ryw, @andrewhharmon]
  27. Auth0 [@sicarul]
  28. Automattic [@anandnalya, @bperson, @khrol, @xyu]
  29. Away [@trunsky]
  30. Azri Solutions [@userimack]
  31. Bagelcode
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  33. Banco de Formaturas [@guiligan]
  34. BandwidthX [@dineshdsharma]
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  38. Beeswax
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  41. Betterment [@betterment]
  42. Bexs Bank [@felipefb & @ilarsen]
  43. BigQuant [@bigquant]
  44. Birdz by Veolia [@benjamingrenier]
  45. BlaBlaCar [@puckel & @wmorin]
  46. Blacklane [@serkef]
  47. Bloc [@dpaola2]
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  55. Bombora Inc [@jeffkpayne, @pakelley, @dNavalta, @austynh, @TheOriginalAlex]
  56. Bonial International GmbH
  57. Bonnier Broadcasting [@wileeam]
  58. BounceX [@JoshFerge, @hudsonrio, @ronniekritou]
  59. Braintree [@coopergillan, @curiousjazz77, @raymondberg]
  60. Branch [@sdebarshi, @dmitrig01]
  61. Caesars Entertainment
  62. California Data Collaborative powered by ARGO Labs
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  157. Healthjump [@miscbits]
  158. HelloFresh [@tammymendt & @davidsbatista & @iuriinedostup]
  159. Hipages [@arihantsurana]
  160. Holimetrix [@thibault-ketterer]
  161. HomeToGo [@HomeToGo, @AurimasGr]
  162. Hootsuite
  163. Hostnfly [@CyrilLeMat & @pierrechopin & @alexisrosuel]
  164. HotelQuickly [@zinuzoid]
  165. Huq Industries [@huqindustries, @alepuccetti, @turbomerl]
  166. Iflix [@ChaturvediSulabh]
  167. IFTTT [@apurvajoshi]
  168. iHeartRadio[@yiwang]
  169. imgix [@dclubb]
  170. ING
  171. Instacart 🥕 [@arp1t & @code-sauce & @jasonlew & @j4p3 & @lubert & @mmontagna & @RyanAD &@zzadeh]
  172. Intercom [@fox & @paulvic]
  173. Interia
  174. Investorise [@svenvarkel]
  175. [@iS2co]
  176. Jampp
  177. Jeitto [@BrennerPablo & @ds-mauri]
  178. Jetlore [@bderose]
  179. JobTeaser [@stefani75 & @knil-sama]
  180. JULO [@sepam & @tenapril & @verzqy]
  181. Kalibrr [@charlesverdad]
  182. Kargo [@chaithra-yenikapati, @akarsh3007 & @dineshanchan]
  183. Karmic [@hyw]
  184. King [@nathadfield]
  185. King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center(KAPSARC) [@saianupkumarp]
  186. [@underyx]
  187. [@geeknam]
  188. Korbit [@jensenity]
  189. KPN B.V. [@biyanisuraj & @gmic]
  190. Kroton Educacional
  191. Lemann Foundation [@fernandosjp]
  192. LeMans Corporation [@alloydwhitlock] & [@tinyrye]
  193. LendUp [@lendup]
  194. LetsBonus [@jesusfcr & @OpringaoDoTurno]
  195. Liberty Global [@LibertyGlobal]
  196. liligo [@tromika]
  197. LingoChamp [@haitaoyao]
  198. Logitravel Group
  199. Los Angeles Times [@standyro]
  200. LokSuvidha [@saurabhwahile]
  201. Lucid [@jbrownlucid & @kkourtchikov]
  202. Lumos Labs [@rfroetscher & @zzztimbo]
  203. Lyft [@feng-tao, @milton0825, @astahlman,@youngyjd, @ArgentFalcon]
  204. M4U [@msantino]
  205. Madrone [@mbreining & @scotthb]
  206. Markovian [@al-xv, @skogsbaeck, @waltherg]
  207. Mercadoni [@demorenoc]
  208. Mercari [@yu-iskw]
  209. MFG Labs
  210. Ministry of Economy of Brazil [@nitaibezerra, @vitorbellini]
  211. MiNODES [@dice89, @diazcelsa]
  212. Modernizing Medicine[@kehv1n, @dalupus]
  213. Movember
  214. Multiply [@nrhvyc]
  215. National Bank of Canada [@brilhana]
  216. Neoway [@neowaylabs]
  217. Nerdwallet
  218. New Relic [@marcweil]
  219. Newzoo [@newzoo-nexus]
  220. NEXT Trucking [@earthmancash2, @kppullin]
  221. Nextdoor [@SivaPandeti, @zshapiro & @jthomas123]
  222. Nielsen [@roitvt & @itaiy]
  223. Nine [@TheZepto]
  224. OdysseyPrime [@davideberdin]
  225. OfferUp
  226. OneFineStay [@slangwald]
  227. Open Knowledge International @vitorbaptista
  228. Optum - UnitedHealthGroup [@fhoda, @ianstanton, @nilaybhatt,@hiteshrd]
  229. OrangeBank [@HamzaBoukraa]
  230. Outcome Health [@mikethoun, @rolandotribo]
  231. Overstock [@mhousley & @mct0006]
  232. OVH [@ncrocfer & @anthonyolea]
  233. [@pagarme]
  234. Palo Alto Networks [@PaloAltoNetworks]
  235. Pandora Media [@Acehaidrey & @wolfier]
  236. Paraná Banco [@lopesdiego12]
  237. PayFit [@pcorbel]
  238. PAYMILL [@paymill & @matthiashuschle]
  239. PayPal [@r39132 & @jhsenjaliya]
  240. Pecan [@ohadmata]
  241. Pernod-Ricard [@romain-nio]
  242. Plaid [@plaid, @AustinBGibbons & @jeeyoungk]
  243. Playbuzz [@clintonboys & @dbn]
  244. PMC [@andrewm4894]
  245. Polidea [@potiuk, @mschickensoup, @mik-laj, @turbaszek, @michalslowikowski00, @olchas], @debek
  246. Poshmark
  247. Postmates [@syeoryn]
  248. Premise [@jmccallum-premise]
  249. Promofarma [@JavierLopezT]
  250. Pronto Tools [@zkan & @mesodiar]
  251. [@prmsolutions]
  252. PubNub [@jzucker2]
  253. PXYData [@patchus]
  254. Qplum [@manti]
  255. Quantopian [@eronarn]
  256. Qubole [@msumit]
  257. QuintoAndar [@quintoandar]
  258. Quizlet [@quizlet]
  259. Quora
  260. Qoala [@gnomeria, @qoala-engineering]
  261. Rakuten
  262. Raízen [@rudlac & @guifneves]
  263. Rapido [@ChethanUK]
  264. REA Group
  265. Reddit [@reddit]
  266. Reverb[@reverbdotcom]
  267. Revolut [@sztanko & @nautilus28]
  268. Robinhood [@vineet-rh]
  269. RushOwl [@songyanho]
  270. Scaleway [@kdeldycke]
  271. Seasoned [@joshuacano] & [@mmyers] & [@tjward]
  272. Secret Escapes [@secretescapes]
  273. Semantics3 [@abishekk92]
  274. Sense360 [@kamilmroczek]
  275. [@tiopi]
  276. ShopBack [@shopback]
  277. Shopkick [@shopkick]
  278. Sidecar [@getsidecar]
  279. SimilarWeb [@similarweb]
  280. Simply Business [@simplybusiness]
  281. Skyscanner [@skyscanner]
  282. SmartNews [@takus]
  283. SnapTravel
  284. SocialCops [@vinayak-mehta & @sharky93]
  285. Société générale [@medmrgh & @s83]
  286. Spotahome [@spotahome]
  287. SpotHero [@benjigoldberg]
  288. Spotify [@znichols]
  289. Square
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  291. StoneCo [@lgwacker]
  292. Strava [@strava, @dhuang & @liamstewart]
  293. Stripe [@jbalogh]
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  295. Surfline [@jawang35]
  296. T2 Systems [@unclaimedpants]
  297. [@alanmcruickshank]
  298. TEK [@telac]
  299. Telefonica Innovation Alpha [@Alpha-Health]
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  309. ThredUP [@kosteev]
  310. Thumbtack [@kamalacharya, @dwjoss]
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  312. Tile [@ranjanmanish]
  313. Tinder [@kbendick]
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  318. TruFactor [@gholmes & @angadsingh]
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  322. Udacity [@dandikunited, @simon-uc]
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  326. Veikkaus [@hixus]
  327. [@alexvanboxel]
  328. Vevo [@csetiawan & @jerrygillespie]
  329. Vidio
  330. Ville de Montréal@VilledeMontreal]
  331. Vnomics [@lpalum]
  332. Walmart Labs [@bharathpalaksha, @vipul007ravi]
  333. Waze [@waze]
  334. WePay [@criccomini & @mtagle]
  335. WeTransfer [@coredipper & @higee & @azclub]
  336. Whistle Labs [@ananya77041]
  337. Wildlifestudios
  338. WiseBanyan
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  342. Xero [@yan9yu & adamantnz]
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  346. Zapier [@drknexus & @statwonk]
  347. Zego [@ruimffl, @james-welly, @ken-payne]
  348. Zendesk
  349. Zenly [@cerisier & @jbdalido]
  350. Zerodha [@johnnybravo-xyz]
  351. Zymergen
  352. Zynga

Who Maintains Apache Airflow?

Airflow is the work of the community, but the core committers/maintainersare responsible for reviewing and merging PRs as well as steering conversation around new feature requests. If you would like to become a maintainer, please review the Apache Airflowcommitter requirements.

Can I use the Apache Airflow logo in my presentation?

Yes! Be sure to abide by the Apache Foundation trademark policies and the Apache Airflow Brandbook. The most up to date logos are found in this repo and on the Apache Software Foundation website.


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