[Openstack] Apache Ambari and OpenStack Horizon

Frans Thamura frans at meruvian.org
Tue Oct 22 13:17:34 UTC 2013

Hi dmitry

Just contact teradata guy

This can like a hadoop.management console, and hortonwork also have hmc,
cloudera have cloudera manager.

I will learn how put this ambari in horizon.

I tought hadoop.need ambari to run.in openstack.

Still sound strange , why hadoop.in cloud, if.they are cloud itself. I
prefer hadoop outside cloud infra, and our apps.on openstack/cloudfoundry
On Oct 22, 2013 7:11 PM, "Dmitry Mescheryakov" <dmescheryakov at mirantis.com>


I will try to answer your question. Guys from Hortonworks might correct me
if I am wrong.

The presentation is about integrating Hortonworks Data Platform (HDP) into
OpenStack using Savanna project[1]. HDP uses Apache Ambari as a manager and
UI for Hadoop cluster.

Basically Savanna deploys HDP onto OpenStack VMs. So all the HDP management
services including Ambari will be provisioned onto a VM.

The wireframe in the presentation shows Ambari embedded into Horizon. The
idea is to let user access Ambari without leaving Horizon and without need
to login (using Single Sign On).

Hope that clarifies,


[1] http://savanna.readthedocs.org/en/latest/

2013/10/22 Frans Thamura <frans at meruvian.org>

> Hi All
> Just read the Apache Ambari relation with OpenStack Horizon
> I get that Ambari Management will manage Hadoop in OpenStack
> but I got also Apache Ambari part of OpenStack Horizon/Dashboard
> anyone can give me the glue relation three of these.
> where Ambari will be installer or part, inside the dashboard or inside
> the controller?
> Where Hadoop stand also in OpenStack
> this is the reference
> http://www.slideshare.net/hortonworks/apache-ambari-bof-openstack-hadoop-summit-2013
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