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HDF 3.1.1 Service Distribution

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HDF 3.1.1 Service Distribution

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Can I run SAM, Schema Registry, Superset and MySQL in a single node? HA is not important at this time.

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@Connor O'Neal

Yes, you can. I assume that you are taking this approach for a development environment. For production, you would need to implement HA at least for MySQL and Schema Registry, assuming they are core components for your applications.

Check this:

https://docs.hortonworks.com/HDPDocuments/HDF3/HDF-3.1.1/bk_planning-your-deployment/content/ch_prod...

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@Connor O'Neal

Yes, you can. I assume that you are taking this approach for a development environment. For production, you would need to implement HA at least for MySQL and Schema Registry, assuming they are core components for your applications.

Check this:

https://docs.hortonworks.com/HDPDocuments/HDF3/HDF-3.1.1/bk_planning-your-deployment/content/ch_prod...

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@Connor O'Neal

This would be somehow operationally challenging to achieve since Superset seems to be included with HDP. If you use HDP 2.6.1 and HDF 3.0 you should be able to use a single Ambari instance for both as such you could collocate those services in a single node.

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