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Creating Clusters on Local machine using Cloudbreak

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Creating Clusters on Local machine using Cloudbreak

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Hi All,

Can we create Hadoop clusters on local machine using Cloudbreak?

Regards,

Rambabu

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Re: Creating Clusters on Local machine using Cloudbreak

Contributor

What do you mean local machine - physical clusters? If yes, you can't - for that you can use Ambari. Cloudbreak is for provisioning clusters in the cloud. If you use OpenStack for virtualization within your datacenter/physical boxes than you can use Cloudbreak.

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Re: Creating Clusters on Local machine using Cloudbreak

Contributor

What do you mean local machine - physical clusters? If yes, you can't - for that you can use Ambari. Cloudbreak is for provisioning clusters in the cloud. If you use OpenStack for virtualization within your datacenter/physical boxes than you can use Cloudbreak.

Re: Creating Clusters on Local machine using Cloudbreak

New Contributor

How would one then go about deploying a multi cluster HDP in docker using local machines? I too belief there is a benefit in using CloudBreak to create containers and deploy them without a cloud.

Re: Creating Clusters on Local machine using Cloudbreak

Expert Contributor

Hi @Sebastian Hätälä

CB support only AWS, Azure, GCP and OpenStack right now.

Re: Creating Clusters on Local machine using Cloudbreak

New Contributor

Ok Thanks

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