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Sahara

Big Data Processing Framework Provisioning

10%
Adoption
3 of 7
Maturity
3 yrs
Age

About this project

The sahara project aims to provide users with a simple means to provision data processing frameworks (such as Hadoop, Spark and Storm) on OpenStack. This is accomplished by specifying configuration parameters such as the framework version, cluster topology, node hardware details and more.

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Sahara is maintained following the common Stable branch policy View details
Sahara follows standard deprecation View details
Sahara supports minimal cold (offline) upgrade capabilities View details
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Are vulnerability issues managed by the OpenStack security team?
  • Yes
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Contributions to Sahara

PTL for Latest Release

Vitalii Gridnev

Mirantis

OpenStack Profile

Vitalii was working as a Software Engineer with Mirantis. He is a core upstream contributor, ex-PTL, and downstream productization for the OpenStack Data processing service (Sahara), which provides Big Data cluster management and Elastic Data Processing in OpenStack. He has contributed to OpenStack since the Juno release.

Project Update - Sahara

Join the Project Team Leader of Sahara and core contributors for a project update reflecting current developments in the Pike cycle and discussion of future development activity. We dig into major issues and user needs, and how those needs can be addressed in current and future development. We also discuss hot topics from the Project Teams Gathering, and major development decisions agreed by the team. Get an in-depth look at the top features and enhancements Sahara plans to deliver in the Pike Release.

Most Active Contributors by Company

  • Mirantis
  • Red Hat
  • *independent
  • EasyStack
  • SAP
  • Infinite
  • Awcloud
  • NEC
  • 99cloud
  • SUSE

Most Active Individual Contributors

  • Vitaly Gridnev
  • Telles Mota Vidal Nóbrega
  • Luigi Toscano
  • Evgeny Sikachev
  • Marianne Linhares Monteiro
  • Alina Nesterova
  • Raissa Sarmento
  • Shu Yingya
  • Elise Gafford
  • Daniel Gonzalez Nothnagel