Support Cascading runtime environment #57

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engeshra opened this Issue Feb 9, 2013 · 4 comments

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engeshra commented Feb 9, 2013

We have supported cascading as a new runtime environment for Ambrose, to increase the range of Ambrose.

By this ambrose will support another platform "cascading" behind pig.

Also, add new front-end feature: view a detailed graph (mapReduce jobs) for each node in the main dag.

It is one of the future work, we want to contribute ...... @billonahill @sagemintblue @philogb

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Awesome! Having cascading support in Ambrose would be sweet. If you have code with cascading support by all means please submit a pull request.

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billonahill commented Feb 10, 2013

Awesome! Having cascading support in Ambrose would be sweet. If you have code with cascading support by all means please submit a pull request.

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This sounds great! Can't wait to see the code.

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sagemintblue commented Feb 10, 2013

This sounds great! Can't wait to see the code.

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Thanks Bill and Andy for your prompt replies and interest in our work. I have submitted a pull request.

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engeshra commented Feb 26, 2013

Thanks Bill and Andy for your prompt replies and interest in our work. I have submitted a pull request.

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Basic cascading runtime support has been in master for a while. Closing this out.

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sagemintblue commented Oct 14, 2014

Basic cascading runtime support has been in master for a while. Closing this out.

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