Ambari is a nice web-based user interface for managing your Hadoop cluster. In this video learn how to start HBase using Ambari and what other steps are necessary to get up and running.
- [Narrator] Now that we have our VM up and running,…there are just a couple more steps to get HBase going.…On my Mac, I'm going to open up Terminal.…And you're prompt may look a little different here,…I've cleaned it up so it's easier to read on my end.…And what we want to do is tell our computer…where HBase is going to live.…So, I'm going to paste in this command…from the exercise files; this is 05_02.sh.…And this command is going to add an alias…to our host's file, which is a local file…that tells my computer when I go…to a specific URL: are there any aliases?…Essentially, where are those things?…And, so this is just letting us know where HBase lives.…
Now, on Windows, this command will be…a little bit different, but that is also included…in the exercise file for you, there.…So, I'll hit Enter here, and you may be asked…for your password, if you're using the pseudo-command…and you don't have the permission set up exactly how I do.…I've already logged in, so I wasn't prompted there…but, if you were, just enter your password…
This course can help professionals further their career in big data analytics using HBase and the Hadoop framework. Learn to describe HBase in the context of the NoSQL landscape, build simple architecture models, and explore basic HBase commands. Instructor Ben Sullins shows how all the concepts fit together, resulting in the kind of distributed big data storage you need for scalable, enterprise-level applications.
- What is HBase?
- Who uses HBase?
- Comparing HBase and an RDBMS
- How data is stored in HBase
- Data model operations
- HBase architecture
- Creating tables
- Querying data