Our thanks to Amar Parkash, a Software Developer at Goibibo, a leading travel portal in India, for the enthusiastic support of Hue you’ll read below.
At Goibibo, we use Hue in our production environment. I came across Hue while looking for a near real-time log search tool and got to know about Cloudera Search and the interface provided by Hue. I tried it on my machine and was really impressed by the UI it provides for Apache Hive,
Hue users can learn a lot about new features by following a steady stream of new demos.
Hue, the open source Web UI that makes Apache Hadoop easier to use, is now a standard across the ecosystem — shipping within multiple software distributions and sandboxes. One of the reasons for its success is an agile developer community behind it that is constantly rolling out new features to its users.
Integrating Hue with LDAP can help make your secure Hadoop apps as widely consumed as possible.
Hue, the open source Web UI that makes Apache Hadoop easier to use, easily integrates with your corporation’s existing identity management systems and provides authentication mechanisms for SSO providers. So, by changing a few configuration parameters, your employees can start analyzing Big Data in their own browsers under an existing security policy.
In this installment of “Meet the Engineer” we speak with Romain Rigaux, a Software Engineer on the Hue team.
What do you do at Cloudera, and in which project are you involved?
Currently I work on Hue, the open source Web interface that lets users do Big Data analysis directly from their browser. Its goal is to make that process easier,
The team behind Hue, the open source Web UI that makes Apache Hadoop easier to use, strikes again with a new Spark app.
Editor’s note: This post was recently published on the Hue blog. We republish it here for your convenience.
Hi Spark Makers!
A Hue application for Apache Spark (incubating) was recently created. It lets users execute and monitor Spark jobs directly from their browser and be more productive.