Third party integrations
We integrate with a wide set of tools and technologies so you can make Feast work in your existing stack. Many of these integrations are maintained as plugins to the main Feast repo.
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In order for a plugin integration to be highlighted, it must meet the following requirements:
- 1.The plugin must have tests. Ideally it would use the Feast universal tests (see this guide for an example), but custom tests are fine.
- 2.The plugin must have some basic documentation on how it should be used.
- 3.The author must work with a maintainer to pass a basic code review (e.g. to ensure that the implementation roughly matches the core Feast implementations).
In order for a plugin integration to be merged into the main Feast repo, it must meet the following requirements:
- 1.The PR must pass all integration tests. The universal tests (tests specifically designed for custom integrations) must be updated to test the integration.
- 2.There is documentation and a tutorial on how to use the integration.
- 3.The author (or someone else) agrees to take ownership of all the files, and maintain those files going forward.
- 4.If the plugin is being contributed by an organization, and not an individual, the organization should provide the infrastructure (or credits) for integration tests.