Sqoop2

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Playing with Kite in Sqoop2

Kite is a high-level data layer for Hadoop. Kite’s API is built around datasets. A dataset is a consistent interface for working with your data. Datasets are uniquely identified by URIs, e.g. dataset:hive:hive_db/hive_table. You have control of implementation details, such as whether to use Avro or Parquet format, HDFS or HBase storage, and snappy compression…

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Sqoop2 integration with Sentry

Sqoop2 finally supports Role Based Access Control (RBAC) as described in this blog post. Similarly, Apache Sentry added bindings for Sqoop2 to provided RBAC as a service. Installing Sentry Sqoop integration will be released as part of Sentry 1.6.0. Until then, this feature is available in trunk: $ git clone https://github.com/apache/incubator-sentry.git $ mvn clean install –DskipTests…

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Role Based Access Control in Sqoop2

Brief Introduction Sqoop 2 has recently added several security features in Sqoop 1.99.6 release, that enables its use in environments where security concerns have to be addressed, this includes: Simple authorization 3rd party authorization through Sentry This blog post will detail how to setup Sqoop2 with role based access control. Role based access control development in Sqoop2 was a…

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PostgreSQL repository added to Sqoop2

If you’ve been watching Sqoop2 development the past few months, you’ve probably noticed a lot has changed. In spirit of growth and change, I’ve added another (not embedded) repository: PostgreSQL.   This is really important for Sqoop2 for a few reasons: PostgreSQL is a mature database that has HA deployments Apache Derby is no longer your…

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Kerberos support in Sqoop2

Sqoop2 has a new security framework, which includes support for: Simple authentication Kerberos authentication This blog post will detail how to setup Sqoop2 with Kerberos. Bringing Kerberos support in Sqoop2 was a co-engineering effort of Intel and Cloudera. TLDR Setup Set the following configuration properties in sqoop.properties. Make sure the principals and keytab provided exist. org.apache.sqoop.authentication.kerberos.principal=sqoop/_HOST@ org.apache.sqoop.authentication.kerberos.keytab=/home/kerberos/sqoop.keytab org.apache.sqoop.authentication.kerberos.http.principal=HTTP/_HOST@ org.apache.sqoop.authentication.kerberos.http.keytab=/home/kerberos/sqoop.keytab…

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Sqoop 1.99.4 Release

Introduction Sqoop 1.99.4 is the first release of Sqoop2 in roughly a year. It has gone through a few significant changes and is starting to look more like a generic data transfer tool. New features include pulling HDFS integration out into a connector, the intermediate data format, and a configuration verification tool. Also, there are a…

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Sqoop 1 or Sqoop 2?

Sqoop1 and Sqoop2 are completely different code paths and, as such, have very different feature sets [1]. So, how do we know when we’re using Sqoop1 or Sqoop2? Here’s a quick list of ways: Different Usecases 1. Sqoop2 has a UI devoted to it, but Sqoop1 does not The Hue project has a wonderful UI for…