Hadoop is a software platform that lets one easily write and
run MapReduce applications that process vast amounts of data.
This Charm aids MapReduce application developers to constructing a fully functional
and isolated hadoop development platform in a local Linux Container or a cloud environment in
less then 5 minutes.
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Hadoop 2.2.0 YARN & Mapreduce development platform Ubuntu Charm.
This Charm will assist Hadoop YARN and MapReduce application developers to focus on application development logic rather then spending long pain-full hours/days searching for hadoop packages, matching development tools, install/configure required packages, and finally build an isolate test/development platform.
This charm will seamlessly build a fully functional Hadoop 2.2.0 development environment on an isolated Ubuntu Linux Container or a remote cloud environment in under 5 minutes.
This charm will automate following required steps:
1) Install all Hadoop 2.x binary and source packages
2) Install the latest openjdk 7 jdk
3) Fully configure and setup an operational hadoop on a pseudo-distributed environment (i.e. ssh)
4) Configure a mapreduce build environment.
5) Install other useful development packages
maven, build-essential, autoconf, automake, libtool, cmak,e zlib1g-dev, pkg-config, libssl-dev, and snappy packages
How to Install and configure juju: https://juju.ubuntu.com/docs/getting-started.html
From your charm home directory, execute "juju deploy <repository>:<series>/hadoop2-devel" Step #1 juju deploy local:trusty/hadoop2-devel Use "juju status" command to monitor "agent-state" of your deployment. "started" state is the indication that hadoop development platform is ready. Step #2 "watch juju status" Now that hadoop development environement is ready, simply ssh to it, enjoy.. Step #3 "juju ssh hadoop2-devel/0"
Best source for Juju deployment information: https://juju.Ubuntu.com/docs/charms-deploying.html
Test your deployment
within ssh session from command-line type: step #1 :start-dfs.sh step #2 :start-yarn.sh step #3 :jps you should get something similar to: Jps SecondaryNameNode DataNode NameNode NodeManager ResourceManager step #4 : run a mapreduce application hadoop jar hadoop/hadoop-2.2.0/share/hadoop/mapreduce/hadoop-mapreduce-examples-2.2.0.jar pi 2 5
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