When we want to play with big data, it is important that we understand how we can access the Hadoop components more easily, making easier and more productive.
Hadoop User Experience (HUE) is an open-source Web interface used for analysing data with Hadoop Ecosystem applications. Hue provides interfaces to interact with HDFS, MapReduce, Hive and even Impala queries. You can install it on any server. Then, users can access Hue right from within the browser, which can help to enhance the productivity of Hadoop development workflows. In other words, Hue essentially provides "a view on top of Hadoop", by making accessing the cluster and its components much easier, eliminating the need to use the command line prompt. For those who are new to Command Line and Linux environment, it tends be tough to even perform basic operations, such as viewing and editing files, or copying and moving file, using a command line interface. And to add to this, these actions are generally the most common operations that users will be carrying out day to day.
Alibaba E-MapReduce provides you with a set of services which includes HUE and it can be accessed through Apache Knox. Hue uses the CherryPy web server, and the default port is 8888. Therefore, to access Hue from Alibaba E-MapReduce console, we will need to add this port number though adding a Security Group Rule, which you can see how to do below.
Security Group ID ---> Cluster Overview ---> Next Page ---> Add Security Group, then you can specify the port range "8888/8888" and mention all the details and click OK once done. Then you can access Hue in Quick Links in the left pane of the EMR cluster you have created.
Clicking the quick link will take you to a page where you will be asked for your credentials to log in to Hue. And before logging in to Hue, you will also receive a warning to enable WebHDFS. Then please enable WebHDFS as it is important protocol if you want to access the files in HDFS over the web or HTTP.
Viewing and managing the data in HDFS is an important part of big data analytics. The HDFS Browser/File Browser in Hue will help us achieve this.
We have seen how accessing the Hadoop File System by logging into the cluster using Cygwin and interacting with the files in HDFS using Linux commands may be difficult for someone not familiar with using a Command Line Interface. Being able to access, browse, and interact with the files in Hadoop Distributed File System is one of the most important factors in the use and analysis of big data because this is an important basis for working with different tools related to big data. Hue provides a user interface for this, and this interface happens to be capable of performing all the required tasks. When you do not feel like working with the command line interface, the Hue interface may be a good option for you.
For step by step details, please go to Diving into Big Data: Hadoop User Experience.
As we are taking a look at various ways of making Big Data Analytics more productive and efficient with better cluster management and easy-to-use interfaces. In this article, we will continue to walk through HUE, or Hadoop User Experience, discussing its several features and how you can make the best out of the interface and all of its features. In the previous article, Diving into Big Data: Hadoop User Experience, we started to look at how you can access Hue and what are some prerequisites needed for accessing Hadoop components using Hue. In this article, we will specifically focus on making the file operations easier with Hue, as well as the usage of editors, how to create workflows and scheduling them using Hue.
By reading through both this article and the previous one, you have gained a general understanding of HUE and several of its features. You also understand how HUE can help you navigate around with the Hadoop ecosystem. If you got at least one thing from these two blogs, then you know that, if you are not used to using command line interfaces or what a simpler way to interface with Hadoop and big data, the interface provided by HUE can be a helpful alternative.
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