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Stambia Data Integration allows to work with HBase.

The database structure can be entirely reversed in Metadata and then used in Mappings and Processes to design and adapt the business rules to meet the user's requirements.

Note:

Stambia DI is a flexible and agile solution. It can be quickly adapted to your needs.

If you have any question, any feature request or any issue, do not hesitate to contact us.

This component may require a dedicated license.

Please contact the Stambia support team if you have any doubt and if you need to use it in a production environment.

 

Prerequisites:

You must install the Hadoop connector to be able to work with HBase.

Please refer to the following article that will guide you to accomplish this.

When the installation is completed, you can lead to this getting started article which explains how to work with HBase in Stambia.

 

Supported features

You can find below an overview of what Stambia can do on HBase.

Name Description
Reverse

The database structure can be reversed in a dedicated Metadata

Data Consultation HBase data can be consulted from SQL Explorer like traditional databases
HBase server operations

The connector allows to:

  • create and drop namespaces
  • create, drop, enable, disable or truncate tables
  • create, restore and delete snapshots
HBase data operations

The connector allows to:

  • insert, update, or delete data from tables
Transactions A transaction system has been developed to allow the user to treat batch of data without being affected by rows newly created in parallel. This offers the possibility to fix a timestamp and treat only data inserted before this time.
Joins / Lookup

The connector allows to join two HBase tables based on their Row Key.

This allows to retrieve only the rows from which the Row Key exists in the joined table.

it therefore gives the possibility to perform 'lookups' on HBase tables.

Filters The HBase filter syntax can be used in Mappings to filter data retrieved from HBase tables.
Kerberos The Kerberos authentication method is supported

 

 

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