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From Maximilian Michels <...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Flink deployment fabric script
Date Mon, 09 Nov 2015 10:46:24 GMT
Hi Do,

Thanks for the script. I'm sure it will be helpful to people who want
to setup their own cluster. Some people use a tool for performance
testing called Yoka which also takes care of setting up a Flink and
Hadoop cluster. For example, the Flink part is available here:

Furthermore, Flink has support for Flink built into bdutil for Google
Compute Engine:

We have received some feedback that it would be nice to have a script
included in Flink which takes care of the cluster setup and
configuration. The scope of such a script would be to a) bring up
instances at a clouder provider b) install Flink and its dependencies
c) configure defaults according to the cluster. The last two points I
see are already somewhat covered in your script.

It would definitely make sense to link your script in the new
"External Projects" section. The main issue with including it directly
in Flink is that it needs to be maintained across different Flink
versions. The other issue I see is that its defaults might not work
for all users and cluster setups. It would be nice to also provide an
option to configure parameters explicitly.


On Sun, Nov 8, 2015 at 7:52 PM, Le Quoc Do <lequocdo@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Flinkers,
> I'm start working with Flink and I would like to contribute to Flink.
> However, I'm a very new Flinker, so the first thing I could contribute
> is a one-click
> style deployment script to deploy Flink, Spark and Hadoop Yarn on cluster
> and cloud computing environments (OpenStack based Cloud). It's available
> here: https://bitbucket.org/lequocdo/flink-setup.
> I added Spark to the script, since there are many people want to compare
> performance between Spark and Flink.
> I have tested the script with our cluster and a OpenStack based cloud.
> Please let me know if this contribution makes some senses or not. Your
> feedback and comments will be greatly appreciated.
> Thank you,
> Do

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