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HDP 2.0 Sandbox on AWS

  • #46235
    Kartik Shah

    Hi all,

    Is there an easy way to install HDP 2 sandbox on AWS?

    I’m a newbie and have seen it working on my desktop, but extremely slow. Want to try to play with it on a bulkier server.


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  • #47598
    Rodger Karl

    i second this request. specifically wondering about the ec2 ubuntu installs and if there will a AMI for hdp2.0 and when and in the meant time do <this>

    Thanks in advance.

    Arun Radhakrishnan

    Is there any link to install Hortonworks HDP 2.1 Sandbox on Amazon EC2?

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