New Ambari Version

Kevin Feasel

2016-05-12

Hadoop

Paul Codding announces Ambari 2.2.2:

Grafana is deployed, managed and pre-configured to work with the Ambari Metrics service. We are including a curated set dashboards for core HDP components, giving operators at-a-glance views of the same metrics Hortonworks Support & Engineering review when helping customers troubleshoot complex issues.

Metrics displayed on each dashboard can be filtered by time, component, and contextual information (YARN queues for example) to provide greater flexibility, granularity and context.

Ambari is really shaping up to be a nice framework for managing a Hadoop cluster.  I’m excited to see improved monitoring capabilities.

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