Ken,

Regarding Myriad at DC/Os are these instructions still valid?

https://bit.ly/2qElS7n

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Javi Roman

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On Mon, Apr 16, 2018 at 7:03 PM, Javi Roman <jroman.espi...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Mon, Apr 16, 2018 at 6:58 PM, Juan P <jpgg...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi, congratulations for the work and thank you very much. I think Myriad's
>> rebound is a reality.
>>
>> - In the list of articles, we could add one on the analysis of a dataset
>> (Titanic) with Spark. Making the attempt to establish a reference
>> architecture for analysis: SYM2 (Spark-Yarn-Myriad-Mesos)
>
> Great idea, interesting acronym ;-)
>
>>
>> - To release the version, we can generate a document with proposals. For me
>> it would be interesting to upload the Mesos version as a first
>> approximation. This would allow us to deploy with DCOS and the Mesos
>> version that is installed.
>>
>
> Totally agree, one of the first steps is test with Mesos 1.5
>
>> Now I'm working on reviewing the old PRs to see what we can take advantage
>> of, then I intend to regularize Jira's bugs and then start with the new
>> functionality ...
>>
>>
>> Thank you very much again
>
> Many thanks for your contributions!
>
>>
>>
>> On 15 April 2018 at 20:39, Javi Roman <jroman.espi...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>
>>> Hi Ken,
>>>
>>> Good news, slowly we will be able to evolve this interesting project. The
>>> integration with DC/OS is a guarantee of framework success.
>>>
>>> It would be interesting to know the requirements for getting Apache
>>> Myriad into the community universe.
>>>
>>> Many thanks for your help!
>>> --
>>> Javi Roman
>>>
>>> Twitter: @javiromanrh
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>>>
>>>
>>> On Sat, Apr 14, 2018 at 11:01 PM, Ken Sipe <k...@mesosphere.io> wrote:
>>> > Javi,
>>> >
>>> > Well done and Nice work!
>>> >
>>> > I am one of the original Apache committers on Myriad… however I have
>>> been MIA for a long time.
>>> >
>>> > I am willing and interested in helping.   At this time I am not able to
>>> offer up a lot of time but will help where I can.
>>> > As a part of Mesosphere,   I spent some time being the gatekeeper to the
>>> DC/OS universe, have written a number CLI subcommands and system
>>> integration tests and can help in those areas.
>>> >
>>> > Additional areas I will make time for if needed/wanted:
>>> > 1. PR reviews (and commits)
>>> > 2. Getting into DCOS universe
>>> > 3. Help with articles listed below (in particular 3 & 4)
>>> >
>>> > Ken
>>> >
>>> >
>>> >> On Apr 14, 2018, at 4:18 AM, Javi Roman <jroman.espi...@gmail.com>
>>> wrote:
>>> >>
>>> >> Hi all!
>>> >>
>>> >> This is an e-mail for tracking the state of Apache Myriad Project.
>>> >> Many things are happening and I am happy to say the project is
>>> >> rebooting slowly but strongly. The following is a list of achievements
>>> >> right now:
>>> >>
>>> >> 1. We have got a Project Roadmap [1] that we are accomplishing happily.
>>> >> 2. We have a chat channel at [2]. Not much activity yet (only 7 users
>>> >> right now) but this is only the beginning.
>>> >> 3. This list is getting activity again with new active users.
>>> >> 4. A separate document [3] for tracking up the unlocking of JIRA
>>> >> issues and pending PRs. Special thanks to Alvaro for the initiative
>>> >> and Juan P. for working in this necessary housekeeping.
>>> >> 5. We have already a nice local development environment based on
>>> >> Vagrant for Apache Mesos, and for DC/OS community platform.
>>> >> 6. We have new activity at Apache Myriad Twitter account [4]. We are
>>> >> trying to publish at least one post a day. We have to create Apache
>>> >> Myriad own content for creating really interesting Twitter posts.
>>> >>
>>> >> No ready yet, but planning:
>>> >>
>>> >> 1. A set of articles in order to get new users. This is the planning:
>>> >>
>>> >> Article 1 - Apache Myriad (Hadoop YARN on Mesos) Reboot
>>> >>
>>> >> This article explains the state of the project and sets up the targets
>>> >> for the new releases. We need a new release (0.3.0) in order to follow
>>> >> the open-source motto "release early, release often".
>>> >>
>>> >> Article 2 - Apache Myriad Development Environment Based on Apache Mesos
>>> >>
>>> >> This article is a way to get new users as easily as possible with an
>>> >> local environment ready for hacking.
>>> >>
>>> >> Article 3 - Apache Myriad Development Environment Based on Apache Mesos
>>> >>
>>> >> This article explains a way for developing Apache Myriad using Docker
>>> >> and Mesosphere Marathon on top of DC/OS. Probably if Apache Myriad is
>>> >> executed in production at some time will be at DC/OS.
>>> >>
>>> >> Article 4 - Apache Mesos Data Services a Different Approach
>>> >>
>>> >> This is a more advance article explaining a different way of data
>>> >> service development on Apache Mesos. Probably the current approach is
>>> >> to create data services (such as Kafka, Spark, Elastic ...) based on
>>> >> Apache Mesos Frameworks. The focus of development is to create native
>>> >> frameworks for each technology. Mesosphere does a very good work on
>>> >> that direction with DC/OS SDK (dcos-commons).
>>> >>
>>> >> The different approach explained in this article is to shift the
>>> >> development focus towards only one Apache Mesos Framework to maintains
>>> >> (Apache Myriad) and create applications based on YARN by means of
>>> >> Apache Slider (a "kind" of YARN SDK). This is really ambitious,
>>> >> however really interesting point of view from my perspective.
>>> >>
>>> >> 2. It's the time for planning the new release (0.3.0). We have to
>>> >> discuss the minimal features to include for a new release. This is
>>> >> really important for the next months.
>>> >>
>>> >> We have a lot work to do, however I really guess the risk of retiring
>>> >> this podling is far way right now.
>>> >>
>>> >> Please, feel free to comment, feedback is welcome!
>>> >>
>>> >> [1] https://goo.gl/xtD5oT
>>> >> [2] https://gitter.im/apache-myriad/dev
>>> >> [3]  https://goo.gl/u7RMFY
>>> >> [4] https://twitter.com/apachemyriad
>>> >> --
>>> >> Javi Roman
>>> >>
>>> >> Twitter: @javiromanrh
>>> >> GitHub: github.com/javiroman
>>> >> Linkedin: es.linkedin.com/in/javiroman
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>>> >
>>>

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