The Apache Ambari project is part of the Open Data Platform core and is aimed at making Hadoop management simpler by developing software for provisioning, managing, and monitoring Apache Hadoop clusters. Ambari provides an intuitive, easy-to-use Hadoop management web UI backed by its RESTful APIs.
By providing an open source standard for setup and configuration of big data infrastructure, Apache Ambari is helping keep open source big data “open”. Hear how your ODP-compatible big data products can better benefit customers by using Apache Ambari for setup, configuration and administration.
This Meetup features a panel discussion with speakers from Hortonworks, IBM, and Pivotal discussing how each company utilizes Apache Ambari as part of their big data solutions.
Speakers and topics:
• Alejandro Fernandez, Hortonworks – Latest features of Apache Ambari & roadmap
• Tanping Wang, IBM – How IBM uses Apache Ambari to Manage BigInsights Value Add Packs: BigSQL, BigSheet, Text Analytics and BigR
• Vineet Goel, Pivotal – How Pivotal and partners use Apache Ambari with Pivotal HAWQ and Pivotal Greenplum DB
About the speakers:
Alejandro Fernandez is a member of Technical Staff for Ambari @ Hortonworks, and committer and PMC member for Apache Ambari
Tanping Wang is a Senior Software Engineering Manager and Architect at IBM, and a committer for Apache Hadoop
Vineet Goel is a Principal Product Manager for Big Data at Pivotal