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you might take a look at OpenStack Sahara project(EDP as Service) based on Hadoop, you can benefit from Sahara with two things, No1. hadoop cluster provisioning; No2. EDP on Hadoop cluster.

The only thing you might need to consider is if hadoop jobs need to be running on vm or physical box, currently Sahara only support vm based cluster.

For more information refer to the Sahara wiki here

Hope that helps!

Vic

you might take a look at OpenStack Sahara project(EDP as Service) based on Hadoop, you can benefit from Sahara with two things, No1. hadoop cluster provisioning; No2. EDP on Hadoop cluster.

The only thing you might need to consider is if hadoop jobs need to be running on vm or physical box, currently Sahara only support vm based cluster.

For more information refer to the Sahara wiki here

@Akash

Theoretically speaking, yes. you may implement your cloud with multiple nodes(laptops) via two options:

  • Single dc deployment with multi-nodes

    1 controller + 1 network node + many compute nodes

  • multiple region deployment with shared 1 keystone service:

    region 1: 1 controller + 1 network node + many compute nodes;

    region 2: 1 controller( point to the keystone service in region 1) + 1 network node + many compute nodes;

Hope that helps!

Vic