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How to use LXC in ACM?

First if you have not yet set up an ACM box please follow the steps on this post. If you are unfamiliar as to what LXC stands for it’s short for Linux Containers (wiki). LXC are OS containers that run inside Ubuntu machines with minimal footprint and resource usage. Almost all linux distros are available as LXC containers.

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How to install Spark Cluster with ACM

Hi everyone, in this post I will show how to setup Spark Cluster based on native file-system using ACM. Using ACM we will setup a number of instances to be used as cluster nodes and make the cluster ready and available for use. By the end of the post you will have a fully functional Spark Cluster.

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Preparing Cloudera CDH 5.x with ACM

Hi everyone, in this post, I will try to show you how to easily install and make Cloudera ready for use, using ACM. Before we begin, if you haven’t set up ACM, follow the steps here(link) to set it up, and then come back again to setup Cloudera. To start installing Cloudera in your machines, if you haven’t already downloaded it, you should go to ACM Apps, Install App and select Market to download Cloudera App Bundle. This App Bundle includes the default process of installing Cloudera, as described here. You can also upload a Custom App Bundle from your storage, by selecting Upload App Bundle instead of selecting Market to download the App Bundle.

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Docker with Rancher

This blog's purpose is to familiarize you with what docker is and its concepts, introduction to rancher and its installation as a platform of simplifying the deployment, management and monitoring various of docker clusters, multi-tier application stacks just by the self-contained dockerized environments. Docker is a very powerful tool that falls under the category of software container platforms, which can easily be integrated into an existing environment. As an infrastructure independent software, it can be installed on top of any of Linux operating systems such as Ubuntu, CentOS, etc. and even works in Windows surprisingly well.

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How to create custom APP BUNDLE using ACM?

Application bundles are self contained compressed archives that can be deployed into the marketplace to enable the installation of distributed applications and associated configurations. Each compressed archive is comprised of the executable code, source code, metadata, scripts, images, and content.

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