Ambari 2.4

Jeff Sposetti discusses improvements in Ambari 2.4:

Reduce time to troubleshoot problems. Apache Hadoop components create a lot of log data. Accessing that log data to understand what the component is telling you, especially when issues arise, is critical. Apache Ambari includes a new Log Search service that provides agents for log collection and a delivers a custom UI for searching those logs. This is essential to providing a streamlined approach to searching for stack traces and exceptions across all nodes in the cluster.

I have enjoyed watching Ambari mature as a product.

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