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From Nguyen Anh Tu <ng.t...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: How to integrate Hadoop to CloudStack
Date Mon, 10 Sep 2012 01:22:52 GMT
Hello Shanker,

I mean that with CS, I want to replace NFS to HDFS. You know NFS is not a
suitable solution for storage, because it has not fault-tolerant feature.
So I want to use HDFS for Secondary Storage in CS. I see this
http://www.slideshare.net/kkitase/cloudstack-architecture-future. I think
in near future, Hadoop will be used as a storage solution in CS.

2012/9/7 Shanker Balan <mail@shankerbalan.net>

> (Moving to cloudstack-users@ with Bcc to
> cloudstack-dev@incubator.apache.org)
>
> Hello Nguyen,
>
> Nguyen Anh Tu wrote,
> > Hi guy,
> >
> > Anyone can help me to integrate Hadoop to CloudStack. I read the article
> > "CloudStack and Hadoop: a match made in the cloud" but can not find a way
> > to do this.
>
> Could you explain a bit more on what you mean by "Integrating Hadoop To
> Cloudstack"? I am not using CS yet, but I have a bunch of use cases I have
> been thinking about lately.
>
> You can use Cloudstack to provision Hadoop instances very easily.
> Cloudstack's
> bare metal provisioning capabilities allows you to build high performance
> clusters.
>
>
> http://www.cloudstack.org/blog/63-cloudstack-the-best-kept-secret-in-cloud-computing.html.html
>
> Cloudstack also provides an S3 compatible interface over supported object
> stores like Swift and Caringo. So instead of using HDFS, you can choose to
> store your data on CS backed by object store+s3 bridge.
>
> http://www.slideshare.net/sebastiengoasguen/cloudstack-s3
> http://wiki.apache.org/hadoop/AmazonS3
>
> On the other hand, if you are expecting a hosted Hadoop solution (like AWS
> EMR), I dont think that's quite ready yet (or if its even on the roadmap
> anytime soon).
>
> --
> http://shankerbalan.net/
>
> PS: cloudstack-users@ might be a more appropriate list to discuss this
> further.
>



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