This session is about the state and future plans of the multi-tenancy feature of Airflow.
Airflow has traditionally been single-tenant product. Mutliple instances could be bound together to provide a multi-tenant implementation and when using a modern infrastructure - Kubernetes - you could even reuse resources between those - but it was not a true “multi-tenant” solution.
But Airflow becomes more of a platform now and the needs for multi-tenancy as a feature of the platform are highly expected by a number of users.
In 2022 we’ve started to add multi-tenant features and we are aiming to make Airflow Multi-Tenant in the near* future.
This talk is about the state of the multi-tenancy now and the future plans we have for Airflow becoming full multi-tenant platform.