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@RunLLM How should I use domains and/or projects to enable multiple customer tenants in a single environment?
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To enable multiple customer tenants in a single environment using Flyte, you can leverage both Projects and Domains for isolation and resource management. Here's how: 1. Projects: Use projects to logically group workflows and tasks that belong to the same customer or tenant. Each project acts as a namespace, ensuring that workflows and tasks from one tenant do not interfere with those of another. This setup allows for better organization and management of resources specific to each tenant. 2. Domains: Use domains to separate different environments (e.g., development, staging, production) within each project. Domains provide further isolation by allowing you to configure different resources and settings for each environment. This is useful for running experiments, development, and production workloads separately within the same tenant's project. According to Flyte's blog, projects and domains provide a two-layer abstraction that allows multiple teams to work effectively, jointly, and independently. Projects allow grouping workflows and tasks within the same problem domain, while domains represent a further separation by isolating resources and configurations. Example Setup 1. Create Projects for Each Tenant: - Tenant A:
project_tenant_a
- Tenant B:
project_tenant_b
2. Create Domains for Each Environment: - Development:
development
- Staging:
staging
- Production:
production
Registering Workflows and Tasks Use
flytectl
to register workflows and tasks within the appropriate project and domain. For example, to register a workflow for Tenant A in the development environment:
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flytectl register files \
    --project project_tenant_a \
    --domain development \
    --archive flyte-package.tgz \
    --version "$(git rev-parse HEAD)"
This ensures that the workflows and tasks for Tenant A's development environment are isolated from those of other tenants and environments. Would you like more details on configuring projects and domains or examples of specific Flyte commands? Sources: - Using Flyte to Power MLOps at Striveworks - Flytesnacks: Registering Workflows 👍 0 button 👎 0 button 💡 Hint: Mention @runllm in the thread for followups.
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@RunLLM does each tenant have their own S3 bucket?
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In Flyte, each tenant can have their own S3 bucket for data storage, but it is not a strict requirement. The setup depends on your specific use case and how you want to manage data isolation and access control. Configuration Options: 1. Separate S3 Buckets for Each Tenant: - This approach provides strong isolation, as each tenant's data is stored in a separate S3 bucket. You can configure Flyte to use different S3 buckets for different projects or domains by specifying the bucket in the storage configuration. - According to Flyte's GitHub issue, you can specify both user and metadata containers in the storage configuration for single binary deployments, allowing you to separate user data and metadata storage. 2. Shared S3 Bucket with Namespaced Prefixes: - Alternatively, you can use a single S3 bucket and organize data using namespaced prefixes. This approach simplifies bucket management but requires careful prefix management to ensure data isolation. - According to Flyte's GitHub issue, you can configure the
rawoutput-prefix
to include namespaces, ensuring that each tenant's data is stored in a separate prefix within the same bucket. Example Configuration for Separate S3 Buckets: In the Flyte Helm chart values file, you can specify different S3 buckets for each tenant:
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storage:
  s3:
    accessKey: "<access-key>"
    secretKey: "<secret-key>"
    region: "us-east-1"
    buckets:
      tenant_a: "s3://tenant-a-bucket"
      tenant_b: "s3://tenant-b-bucket"
Example Configuration for Shared S3 Bucket with Namespaced Prefixes: Configure the
rawoutput-prefix
to include the project or domain name:
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core:
  propeller:
    rawoutput-prefix: "s3://shared-bucket/{{ .Namespace }}"
This configuration ensures that data for each tenant is stored under a different prefix within the same S3 bucket. Would you like more detailed steps on configuring these options or examples of specific Flyte commands? Sources: - Flyte GitHub Issue #4291 - Flyte GitHub Issue #4883 👍 0 button 👎 0 button 💡 Hint: Mention @runllm in the thread for followups.
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@RunLLM how would I deploy a new tenant to a running environment?
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Deploying a new tenant to a running Flyte environment involves creating a new project and configuring the necessary resources. Here are the steps to achieve this: Steps to Deploy a New Tenant: 1. Create a New Project: - Use
flytectl
to create a new project for the tenant. This project will logically group all workflows and tasks for the tenant.
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flytectl create project \
       --name tenant_name \
       --id tenant_id \
       --description "Description of the tenant project" \
       --labels app=flyte
2. Configure Storage (Optional): - If each tenant requires a separate S3 bucket or a specific prefix within a shared bucket, update the storage configuration accordingly. This can be done by modifying the Flyte configuration files or Helm chart values. 3. Register Workflows and Tasks: - Register the workflows and tasks for the new tenant using
flytectl
. Ensure that you specify the correct project and domain.
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flytectl register files \
       --project tenant_id \
       --domain development \
       --archive flyte-package.tgz \
       --version "$(git rev-parse HEAD)"
4. Create Kubernetes Namespace (Optional): - If you are using Kubernetes namespaces for isolation, create a new namespace for the tenant.
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kubectl create namespace tenant-namespace
5. Sync Cluster Resources: - Ensure that the necessary Kubernetes resources are synced for the new project. This can be done using the
syncresources
job.
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kubectl create job --from=cronjob/syncresources syncresources-job -n flyte
Example Workflow Registration:
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flytectl register files \
    --project new_tenant_project \
    --domain development \
    --archive flyte-package.tgz \
    --version "$(git rev-parse HEAD)"
Example Kubernetes Namespace Creation:
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kubectl create namespace new-tenant-namespace
Example Sync Cluster Resources:
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kubectl create job --from=cronjob/syncresources syncresources-job -n flyte
Would you like more detailed steps on any of these processes or examples of specific Flyte commands? Sources: - Flytectl Feature Comparison 👍 0 button 👎 0 button 💡 Hint: Mention @runllm in the thread for followups.