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September 03, 2014
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Using Ambari to Manage YARN Enabled Applications

Apache Ambari is an open operational framework to provision, manage and monitor Hadoop clusters. As Hadoop has grown from a single purpose (MapReduce) framework to an extensible multi-purpose compute platform, with Apache Hadoop YARN as its architectural center, Apache Ambari has marched hand-in-hand to meet the evolving operational needs of Enterprise Hadoop.

Enabling ecosystem integration has been a key thrust of recent innovations within the Apache Ambari community. Key developments including Stack Extensibility and Ambari Views allow Ambari to deploy and manage YARN enabled applications.

Join us tomorrow, Thursday September 4th at 9 AM Pacific Time, for an overview of Ambari Views. We will cover:

  • Ambari’s Pluggable UI Framework to support Views contributed and shared as plugins.
  • View code sample and guided walkthrough.
  • Demonstration of the default management views available for applications deployed using Apache Slider. Apache Slider simplifies the on-boarding of existing applications to Hadoop YARN. Recording of our webinar on Apache Slider can be found here.

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