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Cannot find Druid and Superset in HDF 3.1.0

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Cannot find Druid and Superset in HDF 3.1.0

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Hello,

I'm following the tutorials for HDF, but I'm struggling to do the "Real-Time Event Processing In NiFi, SAM, Schema Registry and SuperSet". I cannot find in the HDF virtualbox image the Druid and Superset that they use in the tutorial. When I try to add a new service in Ambari doesn't appear the options to install Druid or Superset. What I'm doing wrong?

https://hortonworks.com/tutorial/real-time-event-processing-in-nifi-sam-schema-registry-and-superset...

Thank you,

Rui

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Re: Cannot find Druid and Superset in HDF 3.1.0

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As noted by @gdeleon in Tutorial-830 cannot be completed with the HDF sandbox version 3.1.0, the current HDF 3.1.0 sandbox is incomplete and unusable for Tutorial-830.

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Re: Cannot find Druid and Superset in HDF 3.1.0

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Druid and Superset come as part of HDP. Druid requires HDFS and Superset requires a SQL engine such as Hive.

Re: Cannot find Druid and Superset in HDF 3.1.0

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As noted by @gdeleon in Tutorial-830 cannot be completed with the HDF sandbox version 3.1.0, the current HDF 3.1.0 sandbox is incomplete and unusable for Tutorial-830.

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Re: Cannot find Druid and Superset in HDF 3.1.0

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Thank you @Dave Welden. Do you know to to add the Druid and Superset services to the HDF?

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Re: Cannot find Druid and Superset in HDF 3.1.0

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While it can be done, you would need to install HDFS, Hive, Druid, and Superset. My guess is that a future tutorial will require using both the HDP and the HDF sandboxes working together as this would be a typical configuration in a production setting.

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