Created on 11-29-201910:36 AM - edited 12-19-201905:54 AM
What is Cloudera Data Warehouse? Cloudera Data Warehouse is an auto-scaling, highly concurrent and cost effective analytics service that ingests high scale data anywhere, from structured, unstructured and edge sources. It supports hybrid and multi-cloud infrastructure models by seamlessly moving workloads between on-premises and any cloud for reports, dashboards, ad-hoc and advanced analytics, including AI, with consistent security and governance. Cloudera Data Warehouse offers zero query wait times, reduced IT costs and agile delivery.
Cloudera Data Warehouse environments come with a pre-built Grafana dashboard that lets you monitor usage of all Virtual Warehouses within that environment. To access the Grafana dashboard, you will need to access the Kubernetes pods and extract the password.
This article assumes you have already configured Cloudera Data Platform and the Cloudera Data Warehouse service with at least one Environment, at least one Database Catalogue and at least one Virtual Warehouse. Please see Cloudera's Getting Started Instructions.
Install kubectl command line interface or your favourite kubernetes UI or CLI
1. On the Cloudera Data Platform Home Page, open the Data Warehouse service:
2. Expand the Environments menu:
3. Click the hamburger menu on your desired Environment:
4. Click Show Kubeconfig and copy the text to your clipboard:
5. Paste the kubeconfig into a file and run the following command to access the kubernetes cluster for that Environment. This command will get the password which is stored encoded in base 64, decrypt it and copy the password to your clipboard: