[Hadoop] Running Hortonworks and ES on the same shared cluster -- How to and considerations

Hi everyone,

The elasticseach-hadoop current guide mentions a two clusters
configurations: eslasticsearch-hadoop handles communications between the
Hadoop cluster and the ES one.
Link :
http://www.elasticsearch.org/guide/en/elasticsearch/hadoop/current/arch.html

I am wondering about the other obvious configuration: one of shared nodes,
consisting in one cluster for both Hadoop and ES. The case is mentioned in
Hortonworks' webinar

How would one implement Hadoop and ES on the same cluster? Any tutorial
around that I missed?
Would there be any trouble between Hadoop ZooKeeper and ES own cluster
management?

Thanks to all for paying attention!

Charles

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NOTE : The case is mentioned in Hortonworks' webinar


You will find reference to the case in slides 31-32

Le mardi 13 janvier 2015 16:50:48 UTC+1, Charles Vallée a écrit :

Hi everyone,

The elasticseach-hadoop current guide mentions a two clusters
configurations: eslasticsearch-hadoop handles communications between the
Hadoop cluster and the ES one.
Link :
http://www.elasticsearch.org/guide/en/elasticsearch/hadoop/current/arch.html

I am wondering about the other obvious configuration: one of shared nodes,
consisting in one cluster for both Hadoop and ES. The case is mentioned in
Hortonworks' webinar
http://fr.slideshare.net/hortonworks/hortonworks-elastic-searchfinal

How would one implement Hadoop and ES on the same cluster? Any tutorial
around that I missed?
Would there be any trouble between Hadoop ZooKeeper and ES own cluster
management?

Thanks to all for paying attention!

Charles

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