Conductor is an orchestration engine that runs in the cloud.
Documentation & Getting Started
Getting Started guide.
Binaries are available from Maven Central and jcenter.
Below are the various artifacts published:
|conductor-common||Common models used by various conductor modules|
|conductor-core||Core Conductor module|
|conductor-redis-persistence||Persistence using Redis/Dynomite|
|conductor-es2-persistence||Indexing using Elasticsearch 2.X|
|conductor-es5-persistence||Indexing using Elasticsearch 5.X|
|conductor-jersey||Jersey JAX-RS resources for the core services|
|conductor-ui||node.js based UI for Conductor|
|conductor-contribs||Optional contrib package that holds extended workflow tasks and support for SQS|
|conductor-client||Java client for Conductor that includes helpers for running a worker tasks|
|conductor-server||Self contained Jetty server|
|conductor-test-harness||Used for building test harness and an in-memory kitchensink demo|
To build the server, use the following dependencies in your classpath:
- conductor-redis-persistence (unless using your own persistence module)
- conductor-es2-persistence or conductor-es5-persistence (unless using your own index module)
- conductor-contribs (optional)
Deploying Jersey JAX-RS resources
Add the following packages to classpath scan:
Conductor relies on the guice (4.0+) for the dependency injection. Persistence has a guice module to wire up appropriate interfaces:
- The default persistence used is Dynomite
- For queues, we are relying on dyno-queues
- The indexing backend is Elasticsearch (2.+)
- JDK 1.8+
- Servlet Container
Conductor is maintained by Media Workflow Infrastructure team at Netflix. Use github issue tracking for any support request.
Copyright (c) 2018 Netflix, Inc.
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