Hortonworks Data Platform

Completely open source Apache Hadoop data platform, architected for the enterprise

Download & Install

Try HDP 2.3 with Hortonworks Sandbox

HDP 2.3 on Hortonworks Sandbox
Runs on VirtualBox, VMware or Hyper-V
Try out the very latest features and functionality in Hadoop and its' ecosystem of projects with HDP 2.3. Follow the Step by Step Tutorials.

System Requirements | Installation Steps | Release Notes
  • Now runs on 32-bit and 64-bit OS (Windows 7, Windows 8 and Mac OSX)
  • Minimum 4GB RAM; 8Gb required to run Ambari and Hbase
  • Virtualization enabled on BIOS
  • Browser: Chrome 25+, IE 9+, Safari 6+, Firefox 18+ recommended. (Sandbox will not run on IE 10)

Look here for Documentation on the Hortonworks Data Platform

Having Issues?

If you have issues with the download or use of the Sandbox, please visit the Hortonworks Sandbox Forum.

  1. Install a virtualization environment (2 Options)
  2. Download & Import the respective Sandbox Image

HDP 2.3.2: Ready for the enterprise

Automated (with Ambari 2.1)
RHEL/CentOS/SLES/Ubuntu/Debian (64-bit)

The recommended way to set up HDP for a production environment. Apache Ambari simplifies the provisioning, management and monitoring of your cluster.

  HDP Installation Forum

Download links within documentation
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Manual (RPMs)
RHEL/CentOS/SLES/Ubuntu/Debian (64-bit)
Roll up your sleeves and use this option to install and configure your cluster manually with the RPM packages. HDP Stack Release Notes
Download links within documentation
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Cloud (with Cloudbreak 1.0)

The way to setup HDP cluster in cloud environment for development and production environment. Cloudbreak simplifies provisioning and management of your clusters in cloud.

  Cloudbreak Forum

Windows Server 2008 & 2012

The only release of Hadoop available for the Windows platform.

  HDP on Windows - Installation Forum

  • Install Guide

HDF 1.0: Hortonworks DataFlow


Dynamically, reliably and securely collect, conduct and curate your distributed and disparate data.

  • User Guide
  • Developer Guide
  • Introduction to DataFlow

A variety of open source projects have been integrated, tested and combined as part of the Hortonworks Data Platform (HDP). The platform components comprising the Hortonworks Data Platform (HDP) are released under the Apache 2.0 License. HDP is also commonly used with 3rd-Party Components (ex. Oracle’s JDK – Java Platform) and Optional Add-Ons (ex. Hive ODBC Driver). When you choose to use those components, it is recommended you read and understand the licensing terms specific to each of those components :
Components & Licenses »

Previous Versions?

Downloads, Add-ons and Documentation for previous versions of HDP are available here