Hadoop integration with OpenStack becomes official

The Sahara project (until very recently known as Savanna) is all about making big data processing on OpenStack simpler by providing an easy way to get Hadoop up and running in the cloud. Sahara has been in incubation since September of last year, and the core team include software developers from Hortonworks, Mirantis, and Red Hat. It was announced this week that Sahara has finally graduated incubation and will become a full-fledged component of the Juno release of OpenStack, set for October of this year. But you don’t have to wait until October to try it out, as there are installation instructions already available for Sahara on multiple OpenStack distributions.

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