01-09-2017 11:21 PM
Dear cloudera community,
is it possible to run cloudera 5.9 + in kubernetes docker or rkt ?
it seems kubernetes is awesome.
recently we are migrating all of our deployment into kubernetes.
still we have some EC2 servers which is not yet migrated to container.
that is cloudera.
is that possible to run cloudera in container
i have seen
but these are not for production.
Any Help/Idea ?
01-17-2017 12:30 PM
Unfortunately, running Cloudera in docker is not a supported feature yet.
We are working on adding the support for the same. However, there is no date at the moment.
01-17-2017 05:00 PM
With big data usage growing exponentially, many Kubernetes customers have expressed interest in running Spark on their Kubernetes clusters to take advantage of the portability and flexibility of containers. Fortunately, with Kubernetes 1.2, you can now have a platform that runs Spark and Zeppelin, and your other applications side-by-side.
Apache Zepplin is a web-based notebook that enables interactive data analytics. As one of its backends, Zeppelin connects to Spark. Zeppelin allows the user to interact with the Spark cluster in a simple way, without having to deal with a command-line interpreter or a Scala compiler.