+1 thanks Ricardo !!!!!
> On Apr 7, 2018, at 11:29 AM, Evans Ye <evan...@apache.org> wrote: > > Got it. we welcome any kind of contribution. If you find some packaging, > testing, or doc need to be improved, feel free to contribute :) > > Riccardo Murri <riccardo.mu...@uzh.ch>於 2018年4月7日 週六，下午4:10寫道： >> Hello! >> >> (Evans Ye, Fri, Apr 06, 2018 at 04:17:27PM +0000:) >> > Cool. I’m really happy to see people leveraging community works to build up >> > its software stack. It seems that you are using a bigtop packages only. >> > Any reason you didn’t choose provisioner and puppet? Your feedback can help >> > us polish the feature further. >> >> Well, ElastiCluster was born to create HPC/batch-queuing clusters, and >> for that we had already an existing infrastructure built around Ansible >> and Python. I found it simpler to just re-use the packages and the >> tweak the example configs, than to provide another layer of glue to run >> Puppet and the Bigtop Provisioner. (Somebody more versed in Ruby and >> Puppet might have made a different choice.) >> >> Again, thanks for the excellent packaging, the testing, and the repos! >> Already that part alone, even without the provisioner, is a terrific >> help to set up a working Hadoop/Spark environment. >> >> >> > BTW, although we welcome any bigtop related stuffs to be posted here. Using >> > the announce tag is not appropriate. People May misunderstand that the >> > message is sent by Bigtop PMC. >> >> Sorry fot that! I was looking for a way to tag the message as "news" >> but I agree that the choice of the "[announce]" tag was misguided. My >> apologies. >> >> Kind regards, >> Riccardo >> >> -- >> Riccardo Murri >> >> S3IT: Services and Support for Science IT >> University of Zurich