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Monday, May 12 • 2:00pm - 2:40pm
The State of OpenStack Data Processing: Sahara, Now and in Juno

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The Sahara project (ex. Savanna), integrated project in Juno under the OpenStack Data Processing program, provides users an ability to provision and manage Hadoop clusters on OpenStack, and has seen a great deal of progress, development, and changes during the Icehouse development cycle. The focus of the project is on two primary use cases: on-demand cluster provisioning and on-demand Hadoop task execution (Elastic Data Processing).

In this talk, we will provide an overview of project Sahara, its main goals and focus, and a tour of new features introduced in the Icehouse cycle. These features include: integration with Heat, basic API tests in Tempest, enabled asynchronous gate, and bunch of new Elastic Data Processing (EDP) features. We’ll also discuss new Hortonworks Data Platform plugin features, data-locality support, and the ability to use Sahara through the command line. Finally, we will discuss the roadmap for the Juno release.

After attending this session, you will have a good understanding for where Sahara is now and where it’s going, particularly with regard to the Unified Agent approach, on which we’re currently working on leveraging in Sahara

 

 


Speakers
avatar for Matthew Farrellee

Matthew Farrellee

Principal Software Engineer, Red Hat
Matthew Farrellee is a Principal Software Engineer and Engineering Manager at Red Hat with over a decade of experience in distributed and computational system development and management. Matt has been involved with Savanna since it was renamed from EHO. He is a major contributor to diskimage-builder elements for Savanna and active participant of architecture design discussions. He is integrating Savanna within the Fedora Big Data SIG.
avatar for Sergey Lukjanov

Sergey Lukjanov

Principal Software Engineer, Sahara PTL, Mirantis
Sergey is the Project Technical Lead of Sahara project and Principal Software Engineer in Mirantis. He has been involved in the project from the first days. One of his main responsibilities is architecture design and community-related work in Savanna. Also he is a top contributor and reviewer of Savanna and he oversees all Launchpad and Gerrit activity. Sergey is experienced in Big Data projects and technologies (Hadoop, HDFS, Cassandra... Read More →
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John Speidel

Senior Member of Technical Staff, Hortonworks
John Speidel is a Senior Member of Technical Staff at Hortonworks. He has 15 years of experience developing commercial middleware systems with a focus on distributed transaction processing. John is a co-author of the Hortonworks Data Platform plugin for Savanna.

Monday May 12, 2014 2:00pm - 2:40pm
Room B102

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