Running Airflow in WSL but Using MySQL Server from Windows as Default

Introduction There are lots of benefit of using MySQL as a backend database in Airflow. Main reason is that MySQL is widely used in production instead of SQlite. Also, we can have scalable database system where we can have concurrent requests, high security and well defined permission and roles. From the last few blogs, I’ve […]

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