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From Michael Blumberg <michael.blumb...@bti360.com>
Subject Re: Blur Console v2 Design Proposal
Date Mon, 30 Sep 2013 14:34:53 GMT
Hi Chris,

You mentioned that certain features would not be in v2 for a variety of
reasons one of which was a lack of a server polling component. Which
feature(s) in particular is/are affected by this and is the lack of support
on the server or client side?

-Michael


On Sun, Sep 29, 2013 at 8:33 PM, Chris Rohr <rohr.chris@gmail.com> wrote:

> All,
>
> As I have begun to start the next version of the console I wanted to give
> everyone my proposal for what should be in it and get any feedback that you
> may have.  I have created a new branch (new-blur-console) and will be
> pushing it up as soon as I can.  Please let me know if you have any
> questions/opinions/suggestions about this proposal.  If I don't hear from
> anyone, I will just assume it looks good and I will move forward.
>
> Thanks in advance,
> Chris
>
> *Blur Console v2 Design Proposal*
>
> *Purpose*
>
> This writeup will help to determine what direction the console portion of
> Blur should go.  There has always been a need for a push button, easy setup
> solution so that dev-ops could get up and running with the console faster.
> *NOTE: *This is purely a suggestion and all opinions and recommendations
> are welcome.
>
>
> *Server*
>
> Java program that runs an embedded Jetty server.  The purpose of the Jetty
> server would be to serve up any of the html pages and resources needed for
> the page as well as potentially any JSON based calls.
>
>
> *Interaction with Blur*
>
> The console would utilize the Javascript generated Thrift API of Blur to
> communicate and retrieve information from Blur.
>
>
> *Main Site Framework*
>
> We are looking to use AngularJS to provide an MVC framework in the browser
> so that we will not have to rely on a front-end component and a back-end
> component to this system.  This should allow this tool to be much more
> lightweight.
>
>
> *Features*
>
> The main page of the site would be broken into tabs for major pieces of
> functionality.  The list below will outline what each tab would provide:
>
>
>
>    - Dashboard
>       - Controller Node Status (chart)
>       - Shard Node Status by Cluster (chart)
>       - Query Load by Cluster (chart)
>       - Query Performance by Cluster (chart)
>       - Number of Tables (chart)
>       - Long Running Query Warnings
>    - Tables
>       - Listing of Tables by Cluster and by Status
>       - For each table
>          - Shard Layout
>          - Schema
>          - Term Lookup
>       - Actions
>          - Disable Table
>          - Enable Table
>          - Delete Table (with or without deleting underlying index in HDFS)
>        - Queries
>       - List of Running Queries (last 2 minutes)
>       - For each Query
>          - Display base info about the query (query string, user, status)
>          - Extra info about query (selector information)
>        - Search (live search of Blur)
>
>
> In addition we can have some base user preferences that will be stored in
> local storage or cookies in the browser.
>
>
> *Things missing from v1*
>
> The following items will not be in v2 either because they are not in the
> Blur API yet or because of the lack of a server polling component.  These
> are all things that were nice to have but aren’t as critical.  If any of
> these become critical we can figure out how to provide this information to
> the console.
>
>
>
>    - Zookeeper ensemble status
>    - Ability to monitor more than one Blur instance in the same tool (each
>    instance will have its own Console now)
>    - All HDFS pieces (deferring to other purpose built tools like Hue)
>    - User auditing of actions like disabling or deleting a table (we could
>    do this with the server component)
>    - Keeping track of more queries than the Blur cache of 2 minutes (we
>    could do something that until a page refresh we could keep track of
> more).
>
>
> *Other Items to consider*
>
> One other big item to consider is how to configure the console.  I’m
> thinking that we could just figure out how to tie into the blur-site
> config.
>

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