Author Archives: Romain Rigaux

What’s new in the Hue Data Warehouse Editor in Cloudera 6.2

Categories: Analytic Database Hue

Self-service exploratory analytics is one of the most common use cases we see by our customers running on Cloudera’s Data Warehouse solution.

With the recent release of Cloudera 6.2, we continue to improve the end user query experience with Hue, focusing on easier SQL query troubleshooting and increased compatibility with Hive. Read on to learn more and try it out in one-click at demo.gethue.com.

Easier SelfService Query Troubleshooting

Hue has great assistance for finding tables in the Data Catalog and getting recommendations on how to write (better) queries with the smart autocomplete,

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Demo: Analyzing Data with Hue and Hive

Categories: Hive Hue

In the first installment of the demo series about Hue — the open source Web UI that makes Apache Hadoop easier to use — you learned how file operations are simplified via the File Browser application. In this installment, we’ll focus on analyzing data with Hue, using Apache Hive via Hue’s Beeswax and Catalog applications (based on Hue 2.3 and later).

The Yelp Dataset Challenge provides a good use case.

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Demo: HDFS File Operations Made Easy with Hue

Categories: HDFS Hue

Managing and viewing data in HDFS is an important part of Big Data analytics. Hue, the open source web-based interface that makes Apache Hadoop easier to use, helps you do that through a GUI in your browser —  instead of logging into a Hadoop gateway host with a terminal program and using the command line.

The first episode in a new series of Hue demos, the video below demonstrates how to get up and running quickly with HDFS file operations via Hue’s File Browser application.

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How-to: Analyze Twitter Data with Hue

Categories: Data Science Flume Hive How-to Hue

Hue 2.2 , the open source web-based interface that makes Apache Hadoop easier to use, lets you interact with Hadoop services from within your browser without having to go to a command-line interface. It features different applications like an Apache Hive editor and Apache Oozie dashboard and workflow builder.

This post is based on our “Analyzing Twitter Data with Hadoop” sample app and details how the same results can be achieved through Hue in a simpler way.

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What’s New in Hue 2.2?

Categories: CDH General Hue Oozie

This post is about the new release of Hue, an open source web-based interface that makes Apache Hadoop easier to use, that’s included in CDH4.2.

Hue lets you interact with Hadoop services from within your browser without having to go to a command-line interface. It features a file browser for HDFS, an Apache Oozie Application for creating workflows of data processing jobs, a job designer/browser for MapReduce,

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