What’s New In Ambari 2.7

Kevin Feasel

2018-12-14

Hadoop

Paul Codding and Kat Petre share some of the new features in Ambari 2.7:

With this release, we wanted to make Ambari more enjoyable to use every day, simplify finding and using our API, and unblock teams managing very large clusters.  Here is a preview of a few features we’re excited to share with you:
Revamped UI – Our Hortonworks Product Design Team has created a great new UI design system, and we’ve taken the time to update Ambari to use the new styles, colors, and navigation concepts from it.

I’ll have to rebuild my home Hadoop cluster someday, so I’ll have to check this out when I do.

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