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Apache Ambari is a cluster management framework and UI for Apache Hadoop.
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I have drafted the F21 release notes entry for Apache Ambari. Please would you take a look at https://git.fedorahosted.org/cgit/docs/release-notes.git/tree/en-US/Database_Servers.xml and let me know if it is OK or if anything needs to be added or changed.
Not sure Ambari belongs in Database Servers category. Maybe Cloud instead?
I was thinking of reviving the currently unused Cluster section of the release notes for Apache Mesos. Would that be a better place for Ambari?
Btw. Pete, can be Ambari considered as finished for Fedora 21 now?
(In reply to Pete MacKinnon from comment #6)
> Yes, better.
Ambari entry now moved to Cluster section of F21 release notes: https://git.fedorahosted.org/cgit/docs/release-notes.git/tree/en-US/Cluster.xml