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From Yusaku Sako <>
Subject Re: Ambari with Druid
Date Wed, 04 Jun 2014 16:26:50 GMT

That should be possible (may require some minimal changes).
There's interest to be able to deploy Storm, without installing HDFS,
for example, so this would be a similar use case.
I think that currently the Web UI forces you to install HDFS (or HCFS).


On Wed, Jun 4, 2014 at 9:21 AM, ÐΞ€ρ@Ҝ (๏̯͡๏) <> wrote:
> Hello
> I really like the way ambari can be used to setup cluster effortlessly. I
> would like to use this benefits
> 1. Druid is a distributed columnar store (
> 2. Druid has several node types like, historical, realtime, broker and
> coordinator.
> 3. Each of these can be started by unpacking a tar and start the java class
> with Java 1.7. Its that simple.
> 4. Now i would like to use ambari to install druid on these various nodes,
> just like we install hadoop on various nodes and then assign various service
> to each of them.
> How easy or difficult is to remove hadoop* out of ambari and replace it with
> druid* or any other installation?
> What do you think ? Can ambari be made that generic ?
> 1. Ambari allows you to install hadoop on a bunch of nodes and provide
> monitoring like (service, cpu, disk, io)
> 2. Can ambari be made hadoop agnostic ? or generic enough that any cluster
> could be installed with it ?
> --
> Deepak

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