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Cloudbreak vs Brooklyn

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Hi All,

how this technology differentiates itself from other popularly used ones in the same domain like why and when should one use CloudBreak over Brooklyn

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Re: Cloudbreak vs Brooklyn

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@Rambabu Gupta

Apache Brooklyn is a tool for deploy applications. You must specify how do you want to deploy the application. This is what Ambari does but in case of Ambari you just have to specify which component must be install on which node (you can specify it as a json file). In case of Brooklyn you have to write the whole process in a configuration file. Cloudbreak is the officially supported way to deploy hadoop in the cloud and it is using Ambari to deploy the hadoop cluster on the provisioned nodes. This is the list of the components which can deploy by Brooklyn https://brooklyn.apache.org/learnmore/catalog/index.html.

Brooklyn supporting just Storm as I see but in case of Ambari you can deploy any hadoop component.

Hope that helps

Br,

Richard

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Re: Cloudbreak vs Brooklyn

Expert Contributor

@Rambabu Gupta

Apache Brooklyn is a tool for deploy applications. You must specify how do you want to deploy the application. This is what Ambari does but in case of Ambari you just have to specify which component must be install on which node (you can specify it as a json file). In case of Brooklyn you have to write the whole process in a configuration file. Cloudbreak is the officially supported way to deploy hadoop in the cloud and it is using Ambari to deploy the hadoop cluster on the provisioned nodes. This is the list of the components which can deploy by Brooklyn https://brooklyn.apache.org/learnmore/catalog/index.html.

Brooklyn supporting just Storm as I see but in case of Ambari you can deploy any hadoop component.

Hope that helps

Br,

Richard

Re: Cloudbreak vs Brooklyn

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@Rambabu Gupta

Also cloudbreak is better in deploying HDP and Ambari over Cloud Infrastructures. It uses ambari blueprints

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