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Kevin Su

03/18/2024, 8:40 PM
@Glime how do I use flytekit remote to register a task?
g

Glime

03/18/2024, 8:40 PM
To register a task using Flytekit Remote, you can follow these steps: 1. Import the necessary modules from Flytekit, including
FlyteRemote
,
Config
, and
SerializationSettings
. 2. Create a
FlyteRemote
object by specifying the Flyte server's endpoint, the default project, and the default domain. 3. Define your task using the
@flytekit.task
decorator. 4. Use the
register_task
method of the
FlyteRemote
object to register your task. You will need to specify the task entity, serialization settings, and a version for the task. Here is an example code snippet that demonstrates these steps:
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from flytekit import task from flytekit.remote import FlyteRemote from flytekit.configuration import Config, SerializationSettings, ImageConfig  # Define your task @task def my_task():     print('Hello, Flyte!')  # Create a FlyteRemote object remote = FlyteRemote(     config=Config.for_endpoint(endpoint="<http://flyte.example.net|flyte.example.net>"),     default_project="flytesnacks",     default_domain="development", )  # Register your task flyte_task = remote.register_task(     entity=my_task,     serialization_settings=SerializationSettings(image_config=ImageConfig.default_image()),     version="v1", )  print(f"Task registered: {flyte_task.id}")
In this example, replace
"<http://flyte.example.net|flyte.example.net>"
with your Flyte server's endpoint,
"flytesnacks"
with your project name,
"development"
with your domain name, and adjust the task definition as needed.
k

Kevin Su

03/18/2024, 8:42 PM
could you show me an example
d

David Espejo (he/him)

03/19/2024, 2:12 PM
@Kevin Su Glime doesn't seem to support follow ups, so you have to mention it every time
k

Kevin Su

03/19/2024, 5:19 PM
@Glime could you show me an example
@David Espejo (he/him) thanks 😂
g

Glime

03/19/2024, 5:19 PM
I'm sorry, but your question is a bit too general for me to provide a specific answer. Could you please provide more details or specify what kind of example you are looking for?
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Kevin Su

03/19/2024, 5:20 PM
@Glime could you show me an example of registering a task/workflow by using flytekit remote
g

Glime

03/19/2024, 5:20 PM
To register a task or workflow using Flytekit Remote, you can follow these general steps. Note that the specific code might vary based on your task or workflow definition. 1. Import Required Libraries: Import
FlyteRemote
from
flytekit
and other necessary libraries depending on your task or workflow. 2. Instantiate FlyteRemote: Create an instance of
FlyteRemote
by providing the necessary configuration such as the Flyte platform's URL, project, and domain. 3. Define Your Task or Workflow: Use the
@task
or
@workflow
decorators from
flytekit
to define your task or workflow. 4. Register Your Task or Workflow: Use the
register_task
or
register_workflow
method of the
FlyteRemote
instance to register your task or workflow with the Flyte backend. Here's an example of registering a simple task:
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from flytekit import task, FlyteRemote  # Define your task @task def hello_world(name: str) -> str:     return f"Hello {name}"  # Create a FlyteRemote object remote = FlyteRemote.from_config()  # Register your task remote.register_task(     entity=hello_world,     project="my_project",     domain="development",     name="hello_world_task",     version="v1" )
And here's an example of registering a simple workflow:
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from flytekit import workflow, FlyteRemote  # Assume hello_world task is defined as above  @workflow def my_workflow(name: str) -> str:     return hello_world(name=name)  # Create a FlyteRemote object remote = FlyteRemote.from_config()  # Register your workflow remote.register_workflow(     entity=my_workflow,     project="my_project",     domain="development",     name="my_workflow",     version="v1" )
In these examples, replace
"my_project"
and
"development"
with your actual project and domain names. The
from_config()
method assumes that you have a configuration file set up for connecting to your Flyte cluster. If not, you can manually provide the configuration details to
FlyteRemote
. These examples demonstrate the basic usage of Flytekit Remote for registering tasks and workflows. Depending on your specific requirements, you might need to adjust the code, especially the task and workflow definitions.
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