Learn, collaborate or just get help with the following resources:
|Hortonworks Community Connection (HCC)||community.hortonworks.com||Find guidance, best practices and code to jump start your success.|
|Hortonworks Documentation||docs.hortonworks.com||Read the Hortonworks Documentation to learn about the Hortonworks Data Platform and other products & technologies used in Hortonworks Cloud.|
|Amazon Web Services (AWS) Documentation||aws.amazon.com/documentation/||Infrastructure web services available from Amazon.|
Hortonworks Community Connection
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Ambari and HDP Documentation
After launching the cloud controller and creating a cluster, refer to the Hortonworks documentation and Apache Software Foundation documentation to administer your cluster and to start working with Apache Hive, Apache Spark, and Apache Zeppelin.
During cluster create process, Hortonworks Data Cloud automatically installs Ambari and sets up a cluster for you. After this deployment is complete, refer to the Ambari documentation and HDP documentation for help.
|Hortonworks tutorials||Use Hortonworks tutorials to get started with Apache Spark, Apache Hive, Apache Zeppelin, and more.|
In addition to Hortonworks documentation, refer to the Apache Software Foundation documentation to get information on specific Hadoop services.
|Webinar (December 7, 2016)||Learn more about the product and see a live demo. You’ll see how to quickly deploy Apache Spark and Apache Hive clusters for processing and analyzing data in the cloud.|
|10 Questions on HDCloud for AWS||A brief capture of post-webinar Q&A.|
To learn more about AWS services, refer to the following AWS documentation:
|Amazon Web Services (AWS) Documentation||aws.amazon.com/documentation/|
|Amazon EC2 Documentation||aws.amazon.com/documentation/ec2/|
|Amazon VPC Documentation||aws.amazon.com/documentation/vpc/|
|AWS Identity and Access Management Documentation||aws.amazon.com/documentation/iam/|
|AWS CloudFormation Documentation||aws.amazon.com/documentation/cloudformation/|
|AWS Lambda Documentation||aws.amazon.com/documentation/lambda/|
|Amazon S3 Documentation||aws.amazon.com/documentation/s3/|
|Amazon RDS Documentation||aws.amazon.com/documentation/rds/|
AWS Tips & Tricks
This section provides some useful tips and tricks to help you use Amazon Web Services.
AWS Services Menu Shortcuts
Navigating between the CloudFormation and EC2, as well as other Amazon Web Services, can take some getting used to, especially if you are switching between services often. This video shows you a simple way to make menu shortcuts available in the top navigation so any service is just a click away.
Video - Making AWS Menu Shortcuts
EC2 Instance Security Group
Security groups are used in AWS to control network traffic to EC2 instances. They are effectively a virtual firewall. This video shows how to find and view the security group that is associated with an EC2 instance. Refer to the Amazon EC2 Security Groups documentation for more information about viewing and modifying security group rules for EC2 instances.
Video - Viewing Cloud Controller Security Group
CloudFormation Stack Name for VPC
It's useful to know if a VPC is associated with a CloudFormation stack. You can easily add that information to the VPC table. In this video, we show how to make a menu shortcut for the VPC Service. Then we browse to the VPC Service and add the CloudFormation stack name to the columns in the VPC table.
Video - Checking List of VPCs
Setting CloudFormation Rollback
In some cases, CloudFormation Create Stack fails, which causes AWS to rollback the resources created up to that point. It is useful to keep the resources around (and not rollback) to help with troubleshooting. This video shows how to set up Rollback on failure to No when creating a CloudFormation stack.
Video - Setting CloudFormation Rollback