[openstack-dev] [Sahara] Difference between Sahara and CloudBrak
chris.buccella at verilume.com
Thu Jun 18 03:29:57 UTC 2015
I tried (or tried to try) Cloudbreak recently, as I need to deploy a newer
version of HDP than Sahara supports.
The interface is slick, but lacks the ability to make some choices about
your OpenStack installation. The heat template the software generated
wouldn't work with my deployment, and there wasn't a way to fix it. I think
they are primarily targeting public cloud providers.
I see Sahara vs. CloudBreak like this:
Sahara - Hadoop distro agnostic deployment for OpenStack
CloudBreak - Cloud agnostic deployment of HDP
On Mon, Jun 15, 2015 at 12:36 PM, Andrew Lazarev <alazarev at mirantis.com>
> Hi Jay,
> Cloudbreak is a Hadoop installation tool driven by Hortonworks. The main
> difference with Sahara is a point of control. In Hortonworks world you have
> Ambari and different planforms (AWS, OpenStack, etc.) to run Hadoop. Sahara
> point of view - you have OpenStack cluster and want to control everything
> from horizon (Hadoop of any vendor, Murano apps, etc.).
> If you tied with Hortonworks, spend most working time in Ambari and run
> Hadoop on different types of clouds - choose CloudBreak.
> If you have OpenStack infrastructure and want to run Hadoop on top of it -
> choose Sahara.
> On Mon, Jun 15, 2015 at 9:03 AM, Jay Lau <jay.lau.513 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi Sahara Team,
>> Just notice that the CloudBreak (https://github.com/sequenceiq/cloudbreak)
>> also support running on top of OpenStack, can anyone show me some
>> difference between Sahara and CloudBreak when both of them using OpenStack
>> as Infrastructure Manager?
>> Jay Lau (Guangya Liu)
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