Using AWS SDK for Java to configure managed scaling - Amazon EMR

Using AWS SDK for Java to configure managed scaling

The following program excerpt shows how to configure managed scaling using the AWS SDK for Java:

package com.amazonaws.emr.sample; import java.util.ArrayList; import java.util.List; import com.amazonaws.AmazonClientException; import com.amazonaws.auth.AWSCredentials; import com.amazonaws.auth.AWSStaticCredentialsProvider; import com.amazonaws.auth.profile.ProfileCredentialsProvider; import com.amazonaws.regions.Regions; import; import; import; import; import; import; import; import; import; import; public class CreateClusterWithManagedScalingWithIG { public static void main(String[] args) { AWSCredentials credentialsFromProfile = getCreadentials("AWS-Profile-Name-Here"); /** * Create an EMR client using the credentials and region specified in order to create the cluster */ AmazonElasticMapReduce emr = AmazonElasticMapReduceClientBuilder.standard() .withCredentials(new AWSStaticCredentialsProvider(credentialsFromProfile)) .withRegion(Regions.US_EAST_1) .build(); /** * Create Instance Groups - Master, Core, Task */ InstanceGroupConfig instanceGroupConfigMaster = new InstanceGroupConfig() .withInstanceCount(1) .withInstanceRole("MASTER") .withInstanceType("m4.large") .withMarket("ON_DEMAND"); InstanceGroupConfig instanceGroupConfigCore = new InstanceGroupConfig() .withInstanceCount(4) .withInstanceRole("CORE") .withInstanceType("m4.large") .withMarket("ON_DEMAND"); InstanceGroupConfig instanceGroupConfigTask = new InstanceGroupConfig() .withInstanceCount(5) .withInstanceRole("TASK") .withInstanceType("m4.large") .withMarket("ON_DEMAND"); List<InstanceGroupConfig> igConfigs = new ArrayList<>(); igConfigs.add(instanceGroupConfigMaster); igConfigs.add(instanceGroupConfigCore); igConfigs.add(instanceGroupConfigTask); /** * specify applications to be installed and configured when EMR creates the cluster */ Application hive = new Application().withName("Hive"); Application spark = new Application().withName("Spark"); Application ganglia = new Application().withName("Ganglia"); Application zeppelin = new Application().withName("Zeppelin"); /** * Managed Scaling Configuration - * Using UnitType=Instances for clusters composed of instance groups * * Other options are: * UnitType = VCPU ( for clusters composed of instance groups) * UnitType = InstanceFleetUnits ( for clusters composed of instance fleets) **/ ComputeLimits computeLimits = new ComputeLimits() .withMinimumCapacityUnits(1) .withMaximumCapacityUnits(20) .withUnitType(ComputeLimitsUnitType.Instances); ManagedScalingPolicy managedScalingPolicy = new ManagedScalingPolicy(); managedScalingPolicy.setComputeLimits(computeLimits); // create the cluster with a managed scaling policy RunJobFlowRequest request = new RunJobFlowRequest() .withName("EMR_Managed_Scaling_TestCluster") .withReleaseLabel("emr-5.33.0") // Specifies the EMR release version label, we recommend the latest release .withApplications(hive,spark,ganglia,zeppelin) .withLogUri("s3://path/to/my/emr/logs") // A URI in S3 for log files is required when debugging is enabled. .withServiceRole("EMR_DefaultRole") // If you use a custom IAM service role, replace the default role with the custom role. .withJobFlowRole("EMR_EC2_DefaultRole") // If you use a custom EMR role for EC2 instance profile, replace the default role with the custom EMR role. .withInstances(new JobFlowInstancesConfig().withInstanceGroups(igConfigs) .withEc2SubnetId("subnet-123456789012345") .withEc2KeyName("my-ec2-key-name") .withKeepJobFlowAliveWhenNoSteps(true)) .withManagedScalingPolicy(managedScalingPolicy); RunJobFlowResult result = emr.runJobFlow(request); System.out.println("The cluster ID is " + result.toString()); } public static AWSCredentials getCredentials(String profileName) { // specifies any named profile in .aws/credentials as the credentials provider try { return new ProfileCredentialsProvider("AWS-Profile-Name-Here") .getCredentials(); } catch (Exception e) { throw new AmazonClientException( "Cannot load credentials from .aws/credentials file. " + "Make sure that the credentials file exists and that the profile name is defined within it.", e); } } public CreateClusterWithManagedScalingWithIG() { } }