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From Bruno Mahé <bm...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Rebooting the conversation on the Future of bigtop: Abstracting the backplane ? Containers?
Date Tue, 16 Jun 2015 06:11:37 GMT
On 06/15/2015 09:22 AM, jay vyas wrote:
> Hi folks.   Every few months, i try to reboot the conversation about 
> the next generation of bigtop.
>
> There are 3 things which i think we should consider : A backplane 
> (rather than deploy to machines, the meaning of the term "ecosystem" 
> in a post-spark in-memory apacolypse, and containerization.
>
> 1) BACKPLANE: The new trend is to have a backplane that provides 
> networking abstractions for you (mesos, kubernetes, yarn, and so 
> on).   Is it time for us to pick a resource manager?
>
> 2) ECOSYSTEM?: Nowadays folks don't necessarily need the whole hadoop 
> ecosystem, and there is a huge shift to in-memory, monolithic stacks 
> happening (i.e. gridgain or spark can do what 90% of the hadoop 
> ecosystem already does, supporting streams, batch,sql all in one).
>
> 3) CONTAINERS:  we are doing a great job w/ docker in our build 
> infra.  Is it time to start experimenting with running docker tarballs ?
>
> Combining 1+2+3 - i could see a useful bigdata upstream distro which 
> (1) just installed an HCFS implementation (gluster,HDFS,...) along 
> side, say, (2) mesos as a backplane for the tooling for [[ hbase + 
> spark + ignite ]] --- and then (3) do the integration testing of 
> available mesos-framework plugins for ignite and spark underneath.  If 
> other folks are interested, maybe we could create the "1x" or 
> "in-memory" branch to start hacking on it sometime ?    Maybe even 
> bring the flink guys in as well, as they are interested in bigtop 
> packaging.
>
>
>
> -- 
> jay vyas


I have roughly the same position as Andrew on that matter.

What prevents you from starting something yourself to start hacking on it?


Thanks,
Bruno

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