Ansible is an open-source automation tool, or platform, used for IT tasks such as configuration management, application deployment, intraservice orchestration, and provisioning. It delivers simple IT automation that ends repetitive tasks and frees up DevOps teams for more strategic work.
Ansible doesn’t depend on agent software and, most importantly, no additional custom security infrastructure, so this makes it easy to deploy. The following implementations describe the work of Ansible in Hadoop Automation.
Apache Hadoop is a collection of open-source software utilities that facilitates using a network of many computers to solve problems involving massive amounts of data and computation. It provides a software framework for distributed storage and processing of big data using the MapReduce programming model.
For creating a Hadoop cluster, we need to do some configurations manually. But to save time and effort, Ansible can be used for automating the entire process.
This Article will be the step by step guide to configure the Hadoop cluster from Ansible.
We have to start three Operating Systems, AWS ec2 instances in our case — One being the controller and the other two being the Master and Slave nodes for the Cluster. For automating the configuration, we will have to write two playbooks for master and slave node configuration respectively. Before writing the playbook, we have to edit the Ansible inventory.
Step-1 Create a Host file where you can store all the IP of Data Node and Name Node
Step-2 Create a Playbook
- Playbook for Configure NameNode
- Playbook for DataNode
Step-3 Configure the hdfs-site and core-site file for Namenode and Datanode
- hdfs-site for NameNode
- hdfs-site for DataNode
- core-site for NameNode and DataNode
Step-4 Run the Playbook
- The Namenode is successfully configured
The Datanode is successfully configured
Whole Hadoop Cluster Set up is done Using Ansible Automation Successfully✨✨
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