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Spark UI ports blocked by firewall due to randomized ports in IBM Spectrum Conductor2.5.0
SPARK UI ports are being blocks by firewall since ports are assigned randomly starting from 18480 instead of 18080 as specified by documentation. Also, In IBMSC Jupyter notebook, SPARK UI port in sparkcontext is assigned randomly and is blocked by...
We are planning to upgrade the OS to RHEL 8 on the servers hosting Spectrum Conductor 2.5.0. With this there is also a requirement to have automation in place. We would like to get an Ansible Playbook to Deploy Spectrum Conductor.
Allow REST services make use of Kerberos authentication.
Today, any REST API authentication calls (logon) need to be provided with a username and password in order to get a conductor token. We would like to be able to use a kerberos mechanism (for example, keytabs) in order to authenticate with the logo...
Conductor should capture memory details for Jobs finished less than 30 seconds
Currently IBM SC is sending max memory as 0 or no memory for jobs completed less than 30 seconds. PNC application has majority of jobs that runs less than minute in small queues. Memory information is very important for PNC application to queue th...
Support Password Less connections for Service ID's
with Spectrum Conductor currently Service Id's authenticated as local user one time with password. This expose the security concern as password can be viewed in plain text. SAS LSF Service id needs to be authenticated manually once when IBMSC is d...
Currently IBM spectrum conductor has a support cloud bursting for both AWS and Azuer . But not for GCP. In wellsfargo we have need to support GCP . As all our computation goes into GCP. Can we have this integration available with GCP also.
More granular control of EGO_SERVICES_CONTROL for notebook consumers
This has been explained with figures in the slack thread: https://ibmsystemslabservices.slack.com/archives/GTDAWABQX/p1643389039169000 Today, in order for a user to be able to start/stop its own notebook in an instance group, the permission EGO_SE...
For Spectrum Conductor 2.5 - please add slot demand to ibm-cws-reporting-spark-application-metric index
We need this level of visibility to track slot demand by project/team/model/user/job for helping business prioritize usage and better understand current needs. This has already been reviewed to some degree in the past by Tina Langridge at IBM and ...
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