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HDP on Linux – Installation Forum

Talend and Ambari on EC2

  • #31038
    Anupam Gupta

    Hi All,

    I have Installe HDP 1.3 using ambari on EC2, I need Talend for data load and analysis.
    I have following questions

    1) Talend open studio is already included in HDP?

    2) If I installed HDP manually than will it install Talend ?

    3) Can I access Talend UI like I am able to access ambari ui which is running on 8080 port, means I want server version of Talend, so I can access it from my local machine.

    Thanks In Advance,

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  • #31043

    Hi Sandy,
    In regards to some of your questions:

    1. Talend is a separate download located here:

    2. Same as answer 1, it is a separate download.

    3. As far as the server version, I believe contacting Talend should provide you some answers. The add on download is only standalone.


    Anupam Gupta

    hi all

    How can i manually install Talend Studio which is a part of HDP.?

    thanks and Regards in advance

    Anupam Gupta

    Hi all
    how can i install the HDP 1.3 on dedicated server and what is the minimum requirements for installation?

    Thanks in advance

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