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    Kevin Focke

    2 months ago
    Why do some financial professionals like to "make it rain" 💦? I made a program to figure that out. My program generates spurious stock correlations between stock price and rainfall based on historical movers & shakers. Obviously not investment advice. Github: https://github.com/KevinFocke/noisy_stocks_data_orchestrator Website: https://www.noisystocks.com/
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    Anna Geller
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  • Khuyen Tran

    Khuyen Tran

    2 months ago
    Do you know that you can add flows under another flow in Prefect 2.0?

    This video

    will explain the difference between task, flow, subflow, and how to create a subflow.
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    redsquare
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  • Joshua Greenhalgh

    Joshua Greenhalgh

    2 months ago
    Dunno if useful for anyone but I wanted a quick view of the states of my flows so put together this CLI script
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    Kevin Kho
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    Oliver Mannion

    2 months ago
    Some Prefect Orion examples running self-contained in a local kubernetes cluster. Flows • Dask flow using a dask local cluster • Dask kubes flow using an ephemeral dask cluster on Kubernetes • Parameterized flow using a custom Docker image containing additional modules • Ray flow that runs on an existing ray cluster • Sub flow that is trigger by a parent flow Deployments to Kubernetes using • the default OrionPackager to store the flow source in Orion • the default OrionPackager to store the flow import path in Orion • the FilePackager to store the flow source in S3 (minio) Batteries (mostly) included. 🔋
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    Anna Geller
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    Slackbot

    2 months ago
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  • Khuyen Tran

    Khuyen Tran

    2 months ago
    Did you know that you can now send Slack notifications based on the state of your flow by simply clicking on the UI in Prefect 2.0b8 and above? This article shows how you can do exactly that.
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  • Anna Geller

    Anna Geller

    2 months ago
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    Nelson Griffiths
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  • Valeria Romero

    Valeria Romero

    2 months ago
    Hey, everyone! We constructed a simple Prefect-1.0 AWS ECS Boilerplate to deploy multiple flows with dependencies using GitHub Storage and ECSRun. We set up the ECS infrastructure with Terraform; with GitHub Actions we build and push a Docker image to ECR and register the flows to Prefect; and, finally, we run the flows on Prefect Cloud UI with a local ECS Agent. This boilerplate facilitates:- Import from flow modules in different directories - Automatic Prefect flow configuration and registration - The use of GitHub Secrets and dotenv variables - ECS Cluster setup with Terraform - The connection to ECR and Prefect using GitHub Actions Check out the repository here: https://github.com/eidos-ai/prefect-aws-boilerplate. We hope this template is useful to others, and we look forward to reading your feedback!
    Valeria Romero
    Anna Geller
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  • Anna Geller

    Anna Geller

    2 months ago
    @George Coyne has recently published this great blog post to help you migrate your Prefect 1.0 flows to Prefect 2.0 :cloud2:
    Anna Geller
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  • Benny Warlick

    Benny Warlick

    1 month ago
    Hey all, I created a simple example showing how to deploy a Prefect agent to a docker on Google Cloud Compute Engine, using Github Actions. Flow stored in Google Cloud Storage. I had previously posted this when Prefect 2 was in beta, and just updated it for 2.0.1. https://github.com/BennyJW/prefect2-docker-gce
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    Anna Geller
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