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@clouderaeng - Hi. How do I register a product for application to cloudera labs?

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@clouderaeng - Hi. How do I register a product for application to cloudera labs?

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I was thinking Apache Zeppelin would be a great candidate:

 

http://zeppelin.incubator.apache.org/

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Re: @clouderaeng - Hi. How do I register a product for application to cloudera labs?

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You just did it. :) Thanks for the idea.

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Re: @clouderaeng - Hi. How do I register a product for application to cloudera labs?

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I'd like to register Storm as an application for Cloudera Labs. Storm offers an easy architecture to write against. It is simple and fast. We've been running Storm-on-Yarn with good resutls. 

 

https://storm.apache.org/

https://github.com/yahoo/storm-yarn/ 

 

Kevin

 

Re: @clouderaeng - Hi. How do I register a product for application to cloudera labs?

Master Collaborator

Thanks for the suggestion. Today, Cloudera supports Spark Streaming, which most of our customers prefer over Storm because it utilizes the Spark API (versus having to manage an incremental one).


So, you are unlikely to see Storm in C-Labs anytime soon.

Re: @clouderaeng - Hi. How do I register a product for application to cloudera labs?

Master Collaborator

You just did it. :) Thanks for the idea.

Re: @clouderaeng - Hi. How do I register a product for application to cloudera labs?

New Contributor

I was thinking Apache Tajo would be a good candidate to cloudera labs.
 
Tajo can be useful for customers who need SQL-on-Hadoop system faster than Hive and more scalable than Impala.
And it supports more mature SQL feature set than Spark SQL.

Apache Tajo: http://tajo.apache.org

 

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