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Cloudera has implemented dbt adapters for Hive, Spark, and Impala. In addition to providing the adapters, Cloudera is also offering dbt capabilities to our on-prem customers (CDP PvC-Base). Our solution satisfies our customers' stringent security and privacy requirements while providing an easy-to-use turnkey solution for practitioners.

In this document, we will show how users can run dbt on YARN without having to worry about anything else. We have packaged everything as a .tar.gz file.

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The video blog below will take you through using the dbt-hive-example repo to help you bootstrap your own dbt project.

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This article lists issues that may arise while using dbt adapters and their resolution steps. Please reach out to us if you see any issues not listed here.

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Cloudera has implemented dbt adapters for Hive, Spark (CDE and Livy), and Impala. In addition to providing the adapters, Cloudera is offering a turn-key solution to be able to manage the end-to-end software development life cycle (SDLC) of dbt models. This solution is available in all clouds as well as on-prem deployments of CDP. It is useful for customers who would not like to use dbt Cloud for security reasons or the lack of availability of adapters in dbt Cloud.

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We have several updates for each of the adapters we are supporting. Check them out!

 

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Cloudera Employee

Cloudera has implemented dbt adapters for Hive, Spark (CDE and Livy), and Impala. In addition to providing the adapters, Cloudera is offering a turn-key solution to be able to manage the end-to-end software development life cycle (SDLC) of dbt models. This solution is available in all clouds as well as on-prem deployments of CDP. It is useful for customers who would not like to use dbt Cloud for security reasons or the lack of availability of adapters in dbt Cloud.

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This handbook focuses on Cloudera’s new adapter dbt-hive that enables users to use dbt on top of the Hive data warehouse system.  

Links to a dbt example project that can be used to bootstrap a user’s dbt journey can be found below.

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This handbook focuses on Cloudera’s new adapter dbt-spark-cde that enables users to use dbt on top of Apache Spark by leveraging the use of CDE. Cloudera Data Engineering (CDE) is a serverless service for Cloudera Data Platform that allows you to submit Spark jobs to an auto-scaling cluster.

Links to a dbt example project that can be used to bootstrap a user’s dbt journey can be found below.

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This article focuses on Cloudera’s new adapter dbt-spark-livy that enables users to use dbt on top of Apache Spark by connecting to it using Apache Livy. Livy is a REST web service for managing long-running Spark Contexts and submitting Spark jobs. Instead of running the Spark Contexts in the Server itself, Livy manages Contexts running on the cluster managed by a Resource Manager like YARN.

Cloudera Data Platform provides Spark with Livy in the Datahub form factor. Links to a dbt example project that can be used to bootstrap a user’s dbt journey can be found below.

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Announcing the release of the latest dbt-impala adapter compatible with dbt v1.1.0

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The video below will take you through using the dbt-impala-example repo to help you bootstrap your own dbt project.

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In this post we discuss using dbt with the Cloudera Data Platform, and show you how to get started by connecting dbt to your Impala Data Warehouse. You’ll also find an example dbt project to bootstrap your dbt journey.

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We incubate new product ideas at Cloudera to make the lives of data practitioners better. Read this and join our Group Hub to find out more about our projects and how to get involved!

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