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From Devaraj Das <d...@hortonworks.com>
Subject Re: Hadoop Management and Monitoring code - Branch ambari-0.1
Date Wed, 09 May 2012 18:06:20 GMT
+1 on the report.

On May 9, 2012, at 11:04 AM, Owen O'Malley wrote:

> On Tue, May 8, 2012 at 1:49 PM, Vitthal "Suhas" Gogate
> <gogate@hortonworks.com> wrote:
>> Hello Ambari Developers!
>> 
>> The development on the Ambari trunk has stalled for last couple months. I
>> and some of my colleagues at Hortonworks are working on a solution that
>> provides a UI based installation and monitoring application for the Hadoop
>> stack. I have contributed it to the Ambari project and in a new development
>> branch.
> 
> Suhas,
>   It is great to have Ambari gaining momentum again and getting some
> new contributors. We need to file our next board report today. How
> about the following:
> 
> Ambari
> 
> Ambari is monitoring, administration and lifecycle management project
> for Apache Hadoop clusters.
> 
> * Incubating since 30 August 2011.
> * 162 jiras fixed on trunk (0 added since Feb report) + 8 jiras fixed
> on dev branch ambari-186
> * After having no commits since January, yesterday a new code base
> was contributed and
>   checked in on dev branch ambari-186. Development is happening
> rapidly on the branch
>   while the project discusses how to move forward. The current
> proposal is to continue
>   development on the branch until it is usable and then call a vote
> to replace trunk with the
>   code on the branch.
> * 8 new developers have contributed to the ambari-186 code base
> 
> Issues that must be addressed before graduation are:
> * Making a release
> * Attracting users and developers
> * Increase diversity of developers outside of Hortonworks


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