Dockerfiles - DockerHub public images - Hadoop, Kafka, ZooKeeper, HBase, Cassandra, Solr / SolrCloud, Presto, Apache Drill, Nifi, Spark, Superset, H2O, Mesos, Serf, Consul, Riak, Alluxio, Jython, Advanced Nagios Plugins Collection / PyTools / Tools repos on CentOS / Ubuntu / Debian / Alpine

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These docker images are tested by hundreds of tools and also used in the full functional test suites of various other GitHub repos. These images are all available pre-built on My DockerHub - https://hub.docker.com/u/harisekhon/.

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