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Dask support on Conductor based on OpenCE conda packages for Power
Conductor 2.5.0 brings Dask to light. In order to use Dask, one needs to create a conda environment for it. Currently release of Conductor builds that conda environment leveraging WML-CE 1.7.0, a project which was sunset in 2020. It should be lev...
Requesting support for application level performance metrics for Dask jobs to be loaded into ELK. Currently, we get these metrics for spark jobs and would like to get this type of information for Dask jobs as well in 2.5.
Version: 2.5.0Platform: x86Description: We'd like to request the development team to include MapR support for the Dask component of Conductor 2.5.0. We would like to be able to use the DataConnector to connect to MapR to read and write within a da...
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