Example DAGs using hooks and operators from Airflow Plugins
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Example DAGs

This repository contains example DAGs that can be used "out-of-the-box" using operators found in the Airflow Plugins organization. These DAGs have a range of use cases and vary from moving data (see ETL) to background system automation that can give your Airflow "super-powers".

Getting Started

The example DAGs found here can be split into three main categories:


These DAGs focus on pulling data from various systems and putting them into Amazon Redshift, with S3 as a staging store. These represent the simplest implementation of an "ETL" workflow and can either be used "out-of-the-box" or extended to add additional custom logic.

PoC (Proof of Concept)

These DAGs demonstrate simple implementations of custom operators and Airflow setups. They are typically not "copy-and-paste" DAGs but rather walk through how something would work.


These DAGs are used on the system administration level and can be thought of as "meta-DAGs" that maintain various states and configurations within Airflow itself. In some cases, these DAGs are used in concert with other custom operators, such as the rate_limit_reset DAG.


Contributions of your own DAGs are very welcome. Please see some of the example DAGs for a sense of general formatting guidelines.


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