Build a Flyte workflow and deploy it on Union Cloud
In the examples below, we show commands being invoked within a terminal. When the context of a command is important we show a terminal prompt that looks like this:
Your terminal prompt may, of course, look slightly different.
This section walks you through building your first Flyte workflow and deploying it on Union Cloud.
There is a lot to learn about Flyte and we won't be covering all of it in these docs. The best source for that information is the Flyte open-source project itself:
And here are some pointers to specific sections that you might find helpful:
Differences between Flyte and Union Cloud
As you read the Flyte docs keep in mind a few of the differences between Flyte and Union Cloud:
- The command-line tool for Flyte OSS is
flytectl. The one for Union Cloud is
uctl. They are identical except that
uctlhas a few extra Union Cloud-specific features.
- The default local configuration location for Flyte is
~/.flyte/while for Union Cloud it is