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Sandbox BeesWax WebInterface

  • #27067

    Hi Everyone,
    I have both Hortonwork sandbox and manually configured HDP1.3 on SUSE 11.

    Is it possible to configure/install beeswax service on manually configured HDP. Its really cool to have web interface for doing some basic stuff.

    can anybody who already did this please let me know the steps.

    Many Thanks

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  • #27068

    saw in other thread… its not available in HDP1.3.

    kit lan

    The sandbox is based on an external open source project called Hue, so you could download it and give a try.

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