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Dataplane service

Dataplane service

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I have come across DataPlane service which was announced recently. Few questions in that regard,

1. As far as i understand, it contains Atlas, Ranger and Knox. Is this correct?

2. What is the motivation behind this new product? If i have HDP, i get Ranger, Knox, Atlas anyways.

3. What is the applicability of this product? Can i use this with other Hadoop distributions?

4. Has the sandbox for Dataplane been released? Where can i find the download?

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Re: Dataplane service

Rising Star

It is important to note dataplane itself is just a platform for additional services. At the moment those services are Data Lifecycle Manager (DLM) and the upcoming Data Steward Studio (DSS) and Cloud Manager.

1) It doesn't contain those products (they are contained in HDP) but it leverages them through their APIs to make the data available to dataplane services

2) It allows a single pane of glass for data management across multiple clusters. DLM for disaster recovery and data movement between clusters. DSS for metadata management and auditing.

3) DLM is currently available, DSS is in tech preview. Currently they are only available to Hortonworks customers, I don't know if there is a roadmap to connect to other hadoop distributions.

4) There is no sandbox environment for Dataplane at this time.

I hope this helps. I would also recommend checking out the webinar here: https://hortonworks.com/webinar/global-data-management-multi-cloud-hybrid-world/