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HDP on Windows – Installation Forum

Oxdata H2O for Hortonworks

  • #47057
    Sravan Mattevada

    I saw that Hortonworks is partnering with Oxdata H2O. I would like to install H2O on the Hortonworks sandbox.
    Is this available right now or would be in near future ?

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  • #51525
    Max Schloemer


    Hi, we published a video that outlines how to install H2O in the Hortonworks sandbox. Please go here for the video:

    Finally, do you have any time to speak with me for a brief introduction call in the near future? Please advise.



    Manju Rupani

    Am having trouble with port 54321 for h2o. Please guide.

    Max Schloemer


    Sorry you’re having difficulties. If this note doesn’t help please go to!forum/h2ostream and submit a more detailed explanation of your challenges.

    Steps to run H2O on local machine:
    1. Download the latest H2O zip file from
    2. Save the zip file to your documents.
    3. Open the zip file and run the H2O jar file.
    – step 3 must be done between every session on your machine.
    4. Point your browser to http://localhost:54321/

    Thanks again for your interest and please call or email me with any further questions.


    Max Schloemer

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