Building Virtual Clusters on Cloudmesh

Cloudmesh `cluster` command allows you to start a virtual cluster on the cloud. It's simple and easy to use. You only need to specify how many nodes you will need. MPI or Hadoop cluster will be shortly ready if you'd like to use.

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Building Virtual Clusters on Cloudmesh

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Cloudmesh `cluster` command allows you to start a virtual cluster on the cloud. It's simple and easy to use. You only need to specify how many nodes you will need. MPI or Hadoop cluster will be shortly ready if you'd like to use.
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  1. Slide 1

    • Building Virtual Clusters
    • Cluster + Virtualization
    • Run a traditional cluster on the cloud
    • MPI or Hadoop
    • Special management and configuration techniques
    • Deploy virtual machines
    • Allocate public ip address to a master node
    • Establish SSH connections among cluster nodes
    • Update /etc/hosts
    • Cloudmesh `cluster` command
    • Deal with the special management and configuration techniques automatically.
    • $ cm cluster create [cluster name] --count=[number of cluster nodes]
    • Master
    • Tasks
    • Clouds
    • vm
    • vm
    • vm
    • Node 1
    • Node 2
    • results
    • Node n
  2. Starting Virtual Cluster with Cloudmesh

    Slide 2 - Starting Virtual Cluster with Cloudmesh

    • Simple command
    • $ cm cluster start [cluster name] --count=[number of nodes] --ln=[login name e.g. ubuntu]