With the release of Ambari 2.x kerberizing a HDP install improved quite a bit. Looking back at Kerberized Hadoop Cluster – A Sandbox Example compared to today most of the there described steps are much easier by now and can be automated. For long I was looking to include it into my existing Vagrant project for an end to end setup of a kerberized cluster. With the writing of this post I finally had the opportunity to do so.
In this post I would like to describe the parts added to the Vagrant setting needed to accomplish an end to end setup of a kerberized HDP cluster. Before the final step of the cluster setup by using the Ambari REST API, a KDC with credentials needs to be created. A Puppet module was created and included to achieve the installation of a MIT Kerberos install. Continue reading “Automated Kerberos Install for HDP w/ Ambari + Puppet”
Setting up a production or development Hadoop cluster used to be much more tedious then it is today with tools like Puppet, Chef, and Vagrant. Additionally the Hadoop community kept busy investing in the ease of deployments listening to demands of experienced system administrators. The latest of such investments is Ambari Blueprints.
With Ambari Blueprints dev-ops are capable of configuring an automated setup of individual components on each node across a cluster. This further can be re-used to replicate the setup on to different clusters for development, integration, or production.
In this post we are going to setup up a three node HDP 2.1 cluster for development on a local machine by using Vagrant and Ambari.
Most of what will be presented here builds up on previous work published by various author which are referenced at the end of this post. Continue reading “Provisioning a HDP Dev Cluster with Vagrant”