Serge Tarkovski03/16/2022, 8:45 AM
or via a Docker task, and as you adopt Prefect more you can slowly migrate those pipelines to Prefect - check out Laura's tutorial on that subject https://discourse.prefect.io/t/the-simple-guide-to-productionizing-data-workflows-with-docker-by-kevin-kho/453
What agent type do you use?
Serge Tarkovski03/16/2022, 11:29 AM
so a Docker-based approach is a proven way to put the dependencies inside a containerThat's correct!
we're at a research phase (could take a month or so), would you recommend starting straight from Orion, skipping Prefect 1.0?It's totally up to you, you can certainly start directly with Orion, and in fact, this would be quite beneficial for us since you could provide us (incredibly valuable) feedback as an early adopter. But 2.0 is not yet fully production-ready and it may take a couple of months to bring 2.0 to that stage - check out our latest announcement for more details on that https://discourse.prefect.io/t/the-second-launch-week-initiative-announcing-prefect-2-0/499. I would honestly encourage you to still explore Prefect 1.x, sign up for a free tier of Prefect Cloud and put some pipelines to production already to get a feeling of how it is to work with Prefect in general. The user experience shouldn't change - you can still run your workflows locally first by adding a couple of decorators to your workflow. Then you can build/deploy your flows - in 1.0 this step is called flow registration, in 2.0 it's creating a deployment. Having used and understood 1.0 first will likely make you appreciate many Orion features more 🙂
Serge Tarkovski03/16/2022, 1:32 PM
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Matthias03/16/2022, 2:37 PM
tag on discourse to get an email update once we release that 🙂
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