16.00 - Creating Hadoop Cloudera Connection Profiles - Teradata Studio

Teradata Studio User Guide

prodname
Teradata Studio
vrm_release
16.00
created_date
March 2017
category
User Guide
featnum
B035-2041-126K
You can create a Hadoop Cloudera Connection Profile using the connection options in the New Connection Profile wizard.
  1. In the Data Source Explorer or Navigator, click to create a new connection.
  2. Select Hadoop from Connection Profile Types.
  3. At Name, type a name to identify the Connection Profile.
  4. [Optional] At Description, type a description of the Connection Profile.
  5. Click Next.
  6. [Optional] If your Hadoop Cloudera system is configured within a Kerberos realm, select Kerberos under Security Authentication.
  7. [Optional] Select TDCH if you plan to use this connection for data transfers between the Hadoop Cloudera System and a Teradata Database.
    TDCH access is not supported if Kerberos authentication is selected.
  8. [Optional] Select SQL-H if you plan to use this connection for data transfers from the Hadoop Cloudera System to an Aster Database.
  9. [Optional] Select Smart Loader if you plan to use this connection to import data from text delimited files into a Hadoop Cloudera System.
  10. [Optional] Select Impala if you plan to use Hive Impala JDBC to create and run SQL.
  11. [Optional] Select Presto if you plan to use Presto JDBC to create and run SQL. If you select this option, you cannot select the Smart Loader option.
  12. [Optional] Specify when to connect:
    Option Description
    Connect when the wizard completes Connect to the database when you complete the profile.
    Connect every time the workbench is started Connect to this database each time you launch the workbench.
  13. Click Next.
  14. If Kerberos authentication is selected you will need to enter the authentication properties.
    1. If Smart Load or Impala are selected, enter the name of the Kerberos Realm.
    2. If Presto is selected, enter the SSL TrustStore Path and SSL TrustStore Password.
    3. Click Next.
  15. If you selected a TDCH and/or Smart Load connection, enter the WebHDFS connection credentials:
    1. At WebHDFS Host Name, type the host name or IP address of the system configured to provide access to the Hadoop systems.
    2. At WebHDFS Port Number, type the port number to use to communicate with the Hadoop system.
    3. At WebHDFS User Name, type the user name with permissions to access the WebHDFS host. For systems configured with Kerberos authentication, this should typically be the principal user name.
    4. If the Hadoop cluster has High Availability enabled for the namenode (the cluster has an active and standby namenode), select HA Enabled Cluster, then type the host name or IP address of the standby or backup Namenode/WebHDFS host at Secondary WebHDFS Host Name.
    5. Click Next.
  16. If you selected a SQL-H and/or an Impala or Presto connection, enter the WebHCat connection credentials:
    1. At WebHCat Host Name, type the host name or IP address of the Apache HCatalog system that manages the metadata services for your Hadoop system.
    2. In WebHCat Port Number, type the port number to use to communicate with the WebHCat host.
    3. In WebHCat User Name, type the user name with permissions to access the WebHCat host. For systems configured with Kerberos authentication, this should typically be the principal user name.
    4. Click Next.
  17. Select a driver from Select a driver from the drop-down. The default JDBC driver for the Hadoop provider and connection service is selected. If you want to create a new driver definition, click .
    1. In JDBC Host, type the host name of the Hadoop System to which to connect.
    2. In JDBC Port Number, type the port number to use to communicate with the host.
    3. In JDBC Database, type the name of the Hadoop database.
    4. In JDBC User Name, type the user name to use to connect to the database. For systems configured with Kerberos authentication, this should typically be the principal user name.
    5. In JDBC Password, type the password required to access the database using Hive JDBC.
    6. Select Save Password to save the password.
    7. Select HTTP Transport Mode to transfer data using the HTTP secure transfer mode.
    8. In HTTP Path type the HTTP server path or accept the default.
    9. For connection services other than Presto, select LDAP Security Enabled to enable LDAP authentication.
    10. For a Presto connection, select JDBC Logging to generate JDBC log information.
  18. Click Next to view the Summary information.
  19. Click Finish to create the connection profile.