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Fwd: Airflow REST API proof of concept.


FYI.

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From: Luke Diment <Luke.Diment@xxxxxxxxxxxxx<mailto:Luke.Diment@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>>
Date: 11 May 2018 at 1:02:43 PM NZST
To: "dev-owner@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx<mailto:dev-owner@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>" <dev-owner@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx<mailto:dev-owner@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>>
Subject: Fw: Airflow REST API proof of concept.


FYI.

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From: Luke Diment
Sent: Thursday, May 10, 2018 4:33 PM
To: dev-subscribe@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx<mailto:dev-subscribe@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Airflow REST API proof of concept.


Hi Airflow contributors,


I am a Java developer/full stack and lots of other stuff at Westpac Bank New Zealand.


We currently use Airflow for task scheduling for a rather large integration project for financial risk assessment.


During our development phase we started to understand that a REST API in front of Airflow would be a great idea.


We realise that you guys have detailed there will a REST API at some stage.


We have already built a proof of concept REST API implementation in Java (of course...;-))...


We were wondering if your contributor group would find this helpful or if there would be any reason to continue such an API in Java.


We look forward to your response.  We can share the code if needed...


Thanks,


Luke Diment.





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