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HDP on Windows – Other Forum

Using Windows HDP without Azure

  • #51103
    Sushil Bambardekar

    Hi There,

    I am building a Data Analysis prototype using .Net in the HDP Sandbox which I then want to apply to our client solutions. Two things to note:
    – The implementation needs to be in .Net as far as possible. This involves data files management as well as writing of Mapper-Reducer / Jobs code in .Net.
    – The implementation is NOT going to be on Azure. It will be either in premise or on Amazon.

    I successfully used the WebHDFS webservice for the data files management. However, how do I implement the Mapper-Reducer / Jobs management code in .Net without relying on HDInsight dependencies? I tried the Streaming approach but that also has HDInsight dependencies. Would ODBC drivers be of any help? Or is there any other approach?

    Some pointers greatly appreciated!!! Thanks,

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