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From Feng Lu <>
Subject Re: Sep Airflow Bay Area Meetup @ Google
Date Fri, 10 Aug 2018 22:22:34 GMT
Hi all,

We still have 1-2 regular sessions and 4-5 lightening sessions available,
please send in your talks ;)
Here's a quick summary on the talks I have received:

Regular sessions:
Ben Gregory (Astronomer): Running Cloud Native Airflow.
Feng Lu (Google): Managing Airflow As a Service: Best Practices, Experience
and Roadmap
Fokko Driesprong (GoDataDriven): Apache Airflow in the Google Cloud:
Backfilling streaming data using Dataflow

Lightening Session:
Barni Seetharaman (Google): Deploy Airflow on Kubernetes using Airflow

Session type TBD:
Manish Ranjan (Tile): Functional yet cost-effective Data Engineering With

Thanks and looking forward to the meetup(120+ sign-ups to date)!


On Thu, Jul 19, 2018 at 2:26 PM Feng Lu <> wrote:

> Hi all,
> Hope you are enjoying your summer!
> This is Feng Lu from Google and we'll host the next Airflow meetup in our Sunnyvale
> campus. We plan to add a *lightening session* this time for people to
> share their airflow ideas, work in progress, pain points, etc.
> Here's the meetup date and schedule:
> ------     Sep 24 (Monday)  ------
> 6:00PM meetup starts
> 6:00 - 8:00PM light dinner /mix-n-mingle
> 8:00PM - 9:40PM: 5 sessions (20 minutes each)
> 9:40PM to 10:10PM: 6 lightening sessions (5 minutes each)
> 10:10PM to 11:00PM: drinks and social hour
> I've seen a lot of interesting discussions in the dev mailing-list on
> security, scalability, event interactions, future directions, hosting
> platform and others. Please feel free to send your talk proposal to us by
> replying this email.
> The Cloud Composer team is also going to share their experience running
> Apache Airflow as a managed solution and service roadmap.
> Thank you and looking forward to hearing from y'all soon!
> p.s., if folks are interested, we can also add a one-day Airflow hackathon
> prior to the meet-up on the same day, please let us know.
> Feng

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