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In this chapter, I will examine the Apache Brooklyn project, which is a system for modelling, installing, and monitoring applications based on YAML (YAML Ain’t Markup Language) blueprint configurations. I will start by giving an overview of the Brooklyn product and then provide some detail about blueprints. Then I will source and install Apache Brooklyn, and I will also show how the user interface can be remotely accessed. The user interface will be examined to explain how Brooklyn supports the process of modelling, deployment, and monitoring. Finally, some applications will be installed to both cloud and server locations by modelling them using blueprints.

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Frampton, M. (2018). Apache Brooklyn. In: Complete Guide to Open Source Big Data Stack . Apress, Berkeley, CA.

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