Coopr: Modern Cluster Management
Coopr is cluster management software that manages clusters on public, private clouds. Clusters created with Coopr utilize templates of any hardware and software stack, from simple standalone LAMP-stack servers and traditional application servers like JBoss, to full Apache Hadoop clusters comprised of thousands of nodes. Clusters can be deployed across many cloud providers (Rackspace, Joyent, and OpenStack) while utilizing common SCM tools (Chef and scripts).
You can build a standalone version of Coopr that will run on your machine. It requires Java 6 or Java 7 to run the server, Node v0.10.26 or higher for the UI, and Ruby 1.9.0p0 or higher for the provisioner.
> git clone https://github.com/caskdata/coopr.git > cd coopr/coopr-standalone > git submodule init > git submodule update > mvn clean package assembly:single -DskipTests
The build places a zip of the standalone version of Coopr into the target directory. Unzip it and follow the instructions in the README.md file to start up Coopr on your own machine. It comes pre-packaged with templates for CDAP, Docker, Hadoop, LAMP, MEAN and MongoDB. In order to create an actual cluster, you will need an account with a supported provider (AWS, DigitalOcean, Google, Joyent, Openstack or Rackspace), and perform a couple steps to setup up Coopr to use the right credentials to integrate with your provider. Follow the Quickstart Guide, which steps through an example of adding workers to your tenant, configuring a provider, and creating a Hadoop cluster.
To learn more about Coopr, here are the resources available:
- User Guide - How to install and setup Coopr, as well as how administrators and users can use Coopr
- Technical Document - How it works
- REST Endpoints - REST APIs for managing your Coopr instance
- Javadocs - Server javadocs
- Release Documentation
Contributing to Coopr
Are you interested in making Coopr better? Our development model is a simple pull-based model with a consensus building phase, similar to the Apache's voting process. If you want to help make Coopr better, by adding new features, fixing bugs, or suggesting improvements to something that's already there, here's how you can contribute:
- Fork Coopr into your own GitHub repository
- Create a topic branch with an appropriate name
- Work on your favorite feature to your content
- Once you are satisifed, create a pull request by going to the caskdata/coopr project.
- Address all the review comments
- Once addressed, the changes will be committed to the caskdata/coopr repository.
Bugs and suggestions should be made by filing a Jira at https://issues.cask.co/browse/COOPR.
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