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What's New?
There’s a lot of activity occurring in trunk. We’ve had a great response from the
community and received a lot of input into the direction. To date, we have added
many new features. To highlight a few...
* Added more options on provisioning so you can better target your cluster
setup for your needs
* More service controls, including the ability to run ad hoc smoke tests
* Exposed a RESTful API for cluster metrics (with management and
provisioning to follow)
* Moved to a JavaScript front-end for Ambari Web and refreshed the entire UI
* Used that RESTful API and added more charts and heatmaps to the dashboard
* Reduced the number of dependencies on the Ambari Server + Ambari Agent
* Added support for SLES 11
Getting Ambari Source
The source can be checked out anonymously from SVN with the following command:
$ svn checkout ambari
You can follow all the work going on by watching the Ambari JIRA project. The next release of Apache Ambari will be version 1.2.1. You can see the
JIRA details for this release here:
User Guide
{{{} See how to install a Hadoop cluster using Ambari 1.2.1}}
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upcoming releases.