Conductor is a workflow orchestration engine that runs in the cloud.
Getting Started - Building & Running Conductor
The easiest way to get started is with Docker containers. Please follow the instructions here. The server and UI can also be built from source separately.
Conductor Server From Source
Conductor Server is a Spring Boot project and follows all applicable conventions. First, ensure that Java JDK 11+ is installed.
The server can be started locally by running
./gradlew bootRun from the project root. This will start up Conductor with an in-memory persistence and queue implementation. It is not recommended for production use but can come in handy for quickly evaluating what Conductor's all about. For actual production use-cases, please use one of the supported persistence and queue implementations.
You can verify the development server is up by navigating to
http://localhost:8080/swagger-ui/index.html in a browser.
./gradlew build from the project root builds the project into the
/build directory. Note that Docker is a requirement for tests to run, and thus a requirement to build even if you are building
outside of a Docker container. If you do not have Docker installed you can run
./gradlew build -x test to skip tests.
A pre-built executable jar is available that can be downloaded and run using:
java -jar conductor-server-*-boot.jar
Conductor UI from Source
The UI is a standard
create-react-app React Single Page Application (SPA). To get started, with Node 14 and
yarn installed, first run
yarn install from within the
/ui directory to retrieve package dependencies.
There is no need to "build" the project unless you require compiled assets to host on a production web server. If the latter is true, the project can be built with the command
To run the UI on the bundled development server, run
yarn run start. Navigate your browser to
http://localhost:5000. The server must already be running on port 8080.
|conductor-common||Common models used by various conductor modules|
|conductor-core||Core Conductor module|
|conductor-redis-persistence||Persistence and queue using Redis/Dynomite|
|conductor-cassandra-persistence||Persistence using Cassandra|
|conductor-mysql-persistence||Persistence and queue using MySQL|
|conductor-postgres-persistence||Persistence and queue using Postgres|
|conductor-es6-persistence||Indexing using Elasticsearch 6.X|
|conductor-rest||Spring MVC 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, AMQP, etc|
|conductor-client||Java client for Conductor that includes helpers for running worker tasks|
|conductor-client-spring||Client starter kit for Spring|
|conductor-server||Spring Boot Web Application|
|conductor-azureblob-storage||External payload storage implementation using AzureBlob|
|conductor-redis-lock||Workflow execution lock implementation using Redis|
|conductor-zookeeper-lock||Workflow execution lock implementation using Zookeeper|
|conductor-grpc||Protobuf models used by the server and client|
|conductor-grpc-client||gRPC server Application|
|conductor-grpc-server||gRPC client to interact with the gRPC server|
|conductor-test-harness||Integration and regression tests|
- The default persistence used is Dynomite
- For queues, we are relying on dyno-queues
- The indexing backend is Elasticsearch (6.x)
- JDK 11+
- UI requires Node 14 to build. Earlier Node versions may work but is untested.
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Conductor is maintained by Media Workflow Infrastructure team at Netflix. Use github issue tracking for filing issues and Discussion Forum for any other questions, ideas or support requests.
Whether it is a small documentation correction, bug fix or new features, contributions are highly appreciated. We just ask to follow standard oss guidelines. Discussion Forum is a good place to ask questions, discuss new features and explore ideas. Please check with us before spending too much time, only to find later that someone else is already working on a similar feature.
main branch is the current working branch, while
2.31 branch is the latest stable 2.x branch. Please send your PR's to
main branch, making sure that it builds on your local system successfully. Also, please make sure all the conflicts are resolved.
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