Ambari on Docker
This projects aim is to help you to get started with Ambari.
Please note that this project is not officially supported by Hortonworks and may not be suitable for production use. It can be used to experiment with Hadoop on Docker but for a complete and supported solution please check out Cloudbreak.
Ambari containers started by ambari-function are using bridge networking. This means that you will not be able to communicate with containers directly
from host unless you specify the route to containers. You can do this with:
# Getting the IP of docker-machine or boot2docker docker-machine ip <name-of-docker-vm> # or boot2docker ip # Setting up the sudo route add -net 172.17.0.0/16 <docker-machine or boot2docker> # e.g: sudo route add -net 172.17.0.0/16 192.168.99.100
Note: the above mentioned route command will not survive a reboot and you need to execute again after reboot of your machine.
This will start (and download if you never used it before) an image based on
Centos 7 with pre-installed Ambari 2.2.0 ready to install HDP 2.3.
This git repository also contains an ambari-functions script
which will launch all the necessary containers to create a fully functional cluster. Download the file and source it:
. ambari-functions or source ambari-functions
Now you can issue commands with
To start a 3 node cluster:
It will launch containers like this (1 Ambari server 2 agents 1 consul server):
CONTAINER ID IMAGE COMMAND STATUS NAMES 52b563756d26 hortonworks/ambari-agent "/usr/sbin/init syste" Up 9 seconds amb2 ddfc8f00d30a hortonworks/ambari-agent "/usr/sbin/init syste" Up 10 seconds amb1 ca87a0fb6306 hortonworks/ambari-server "/usr/sbin/init syste" Up 12 seconds amb-server 7d18cc35a6b0 sequenceiq/consul:v0.5.0-v6 "/bin/start -server -" Up 17 seconds amb-consul
Now you can reach the Ambari UI on the amb-server container's 8080 port. Type the
amb-settings for IP:
amb-settings ... AMBARI_SERVER_IP=172.17.0.17
Cluster deployment via blueprint
Once the container is running, you can deploy a cluster. Instead of going to
the webui, we can use ambari-shell, which can interact with ambari via cli,
or perform automated provisioning. We will use the automated way, and of
course there is a docker image, with prepared ambari-shell in it:
Ambari-shell uses Ambari's Blueprints
capability. It posts a cluster definition JSON to the ambari REST api,
and 1 more json for cluster creation, where you specify which hosts go
to which hostgroup.
Ambari shell will show the progress in the upper right corner.
Multi-node Hadoop cluster
For the multi node Hadoop cluster instructions please take a look at Cloudbreak.
If you don't want to check out the project from github, then just dowload the ambari-fuctions script, source it and deploy a
an Ambari cluster:
curl -Lo .amb j.mp/docker-ambari && source .amb && amb-deploy-cluster
Is it possible to update the images to the latest Ambari (2.5.x) version? Have been using this for local dev testing Seems Cloudbreak (Deployer) has increased resource (8GB RAM, 2 core) requirements, so that may not be a viable option: