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Difference between Apache Hadoop and HDP

Difference between Apache Hadoop and HDP

New Contributor

In Tutorials there are 2 configurations of install and deploy HDF and APache Hadoop, if we are installing the HDF using Ambari, it will install same components. So what is exact difference between these 2.

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Re: Difference between Apache Hadoop and HDP

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@Neeraj Singh

Apache Hadoop is just a major component of HDP (Hortonworks Data Platform). HDP includes a lots of other components in it. HDP is a suit of components that are tested and certified to work together.

Please see the image explaining HDP in the following link: https://hortonworks.com/products/data-center/hdp/

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Where as the HDF (Hortonworks Data Flow) includes the following: HDF includes the following services: NiFi, Storm, Kafka, Zookeeper, Ambari, Ranger

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Re: Difference between Apache Hadoop and HDP

New Contributor

So Can we say that HDP contains the tool that processes the data which is in rest and HDF contains the components which process real time flow /streaming data.

HDP -used for Data on rest

HDF - Used for Data in flow

Re: Difference between Apache Hadoop and HDP

New Contributor

So Can we say that HDP contains the tool that processes the data which is in rest and HDF contains the components which process real time flow /streaming data.

HDP -used for Data on rest

HDF - Used for Data in flow

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