Amaterasu supports different processing frameworks to be executed. Amaterasu frameworks provides two main components for integrating with such frameworks:
The dispatcher is in charge of creating and configuring a containers for actions of a specific framework. It makes sure that the executable and any dependencies are available in the container, as well as the environment configuration files, and sets the command to be executed.
The runtime library provide an easy way to consume environment configuration and share data between actions. The main entry point for doing so is using the Amaterasu Context object. Amaterasu Context exposes the following functionality:
Note: Each runtime (Java, Python, etc.) and framework have slightly different implementation of the Amaterasu context. To develop using a specific Framework, please consult the frameworks documentation bellow.
The env object contains the configuration for the current environment.
While datasets are configured under an environment, Amaterasu datasets are treated differently from other configurations, as they provide the integration point between different actions. Datasets can be either consumed as a configuration or to be loaded directly into an appropriate data structure for the specific framework and runtime.
Amaterasu supports a variety of Python frameworks:
PySpark workload (See below)
Generic Python workload
Each workload type has a dedicated Apache Amaterasu SDK. The Apache Amaterasu SDK is available in PyPI and can be installed as follows:
pip install apache-amaterasu
Alternatively, it is possible to download the SDK source and manually install it via
easy_install or executing the setup script.
wget <link to source distribution> tar -xzf apache-amaterasu-0.2.1-incubating.tar.gz cd apache-amaterasu-0.2.1-incubating python setup.py install
Apache Amaterasu has the capability of ensuring Python dependencies are present on all execution nodes when executing action sources.
In order to define the required dependencies, a
requirements.txt file has to be added to the job repository. Currently, only a global
requirements.txt is supported.
Below you can see where the requirements file has to be added:
repo +-- deps/ | +-- requirements.txt <-- This is the place where you define python dependendencies +-- env/ | +-- dev/ | | +-- job.yaml | | +-- spark.yaml | +-- test/ | | +-- job.yaml | | +-- spark.yaml | +-- prod/ | +-- job.yaml | +-- spark.yaml +-- src/ | +-- start/ | +-- dev/ | | +-- job.yaml | | +-- spark.yaml | +-- test/ | | +-- job.yaml | | +-- spark.yaml | +-- prod/ | +-- job.yaml | +-- spark.yaml +-- maki.yaml
requirements.txt file exists, Apache Amaterasu distributes it to the execution containers and locally installs the dependencies in each container.
Important - Your execution nodes need to have egress connection available in order to use pip
Apache Amaterasu has the capability of deploying Spark applications and provide configuration and integration utilities that work in the realm of dataframes and RDDs.
Assuming that Apache Amaterasu has been configured correctly for your cluster and all required spark configurations are in place, all you need to do is integrate with the Apache Amaterasu PySpark SDK from within your source scripts.
The Spark SDK provides a mechanism to seamlessly consume and persist datasets. To do so, you must first define a dataset configuration. Let‘s assume that you have a 2 datasets defined. The first,
mydataset is the input dataset and
resultdataset is the output dataset. Let’s also assume that you have 2 different environments, production and development. Let's take a sneak peek at an example of how
mydataset is defined in each environment:
file: url: s3a://myprodbucket/path/myinputdata format: parquet
file: url: s3a://mydevbucket/path/myinputdata format: parquet
The snippet below shows how to use the Amaterasu SDK to integrate with the data sources easily.
from amaterasu.pyspark.runtime import AmaContext ama_context = AmaContext.builder().build() some_dataset: Dataframe = ama_context.load_dataset("mydataset") ... # Do some black magic here ama_context.persist_dataset("resultdataset", some_dataset_after_transformation)
The code above will work regardless of whether you run in development environment or production.
Important: You will need to have the datasets above defined in both environments!
Apache Amaterasu is still an evolving project, we add more and more builtin integrations as we go (e.g. - Pandas dataframes, new datasource types and so on). As we are aware of the need to manage datasets across environments, regardless of whether Apache Amaterasu supports them by default or not, we designed Apache Amaterasu to provide a way to define generic datasets. In addition to defining generic datasets, Apache Amaterasu also provides an API to reference any dataset configuration defined in the environment.
The snippet below shows an example of referencing a dataset configuration in the code.
from amaterasu.pyspark.runtime import AmaContext ama_context = AmaContext.builder().build() dataset_conf = ama_context.dataset_manager.get_dataset_configuration("mygenericdataset") # This is a dataset without builtin support some_prop = dataset_conf['mydataset_prop1'] some_prop2 = dataset_conf['mydataset_prop2'] my_df = my_custom_loading_logic(some_prop, some_prop2) my_new_df = black_magic(my_df) ama_context.persist('magic_df', my_new_df) # This is a dataset with builtin support