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1. Using Ambari Views
2. Preparing Ambari Server for Views
3. Running Ambari Server Standalone
1. Prerequisites
2. Standalone Server Setup
3. Reverse Proxy
4. Configuring Views for Kerberos
5. Technical Preview: Migrating Hue to Ambari Views
1. Requirements for Hue-to-Views Migration
2. Creating a Hue-to-Views instance
3. Example: Using the Hue-to-Views Migration Tool
6. Using the YARN Queue Manager View
1. Configuring your Cluster for the Capacity Scheduler View
2. Creating a Capacity Scheduler View Instance
2.1. User Permissions for YARN Queue Manager View
3. Using the YARN Queue Manager View
3.1. Setting up Queues
3.2. Configuring Queues
3.3. Configuring Cluster Scheduler Settings
3.4. Applying the Configuration Changes
4. Troubleshooting
7. Using the Files View
1. Configuring Your Cluster
2. Creating and Configuring a Files View Instance
2.1. Kerberos Settings
2.2. Cluster Configuration: Local
2.3. Cluster Configuration: Custom
2.4. Troubleshooting
8. Using the Falcon View
1. Configuring Your Cluster
1.1. Setup HDFS Proxy User
1.2. Setup HDFS User Directory
2. Installing and Configuring the Falcon View
3. Accessing the Falcon Documentation
9. Using the Hive View
1. Upgrading Your Hive View
2. Configuring Your Cluster
2.1. Setup HDFS Proxy User
2.2. Setup HDFS User Directory
3. Creating the Hive View Instance
3.1. Settings and Cluster Configuration
3.2. User Permissions for Hive Views
3.3. Kerberos Setup for Hive Views
4. Using the Hive View
4.1. Query Tab
4.2. Saved Queries Tab
4.3. History Tab
4.4. UDF Tab
5. Upload Table tab
6. Troubleshooting
10. Using the Pig View
1. Configuring Your Cluster
1.1. Setup HDFS Proxy User
1.2. Setup WebHCat Proxy User
1.3. Setup HDFS User Directory
2. Creating the Pig View Instance
2.1. Getting Correct Configuration Values for Manually-Deployed Clusters
2.2. User Permissions for Pig Views
2.3. Kerberos Setup for Pig Views
3. Using the Pig View
3.1. Writing Pig Scripts
3.2. Viewing Pig Script Execution History
3.3. User-Defined Functions (UDFs) Tab
11. Using the Slider View
1. Deploying the Slider View
12. Using the SmartSense View
1. Configuring Your Cluster
2. Creating the SmartSense View Instance
3. Using the SmartSense View
13. Using the Storm View
1. Configuring Your Cluster
2. Creating the Storm View Instance
3. Using the Storm View
3.1. Monitoring Storm Cluster Status: the Cluster Summary Page
3.2. Monitoring Topology Status: the Topology Summary Page
3.3. Looking Up Configuration Values: the Component Summary Page
14. Using the Tez View
1. Configuring Your Cluster for Tez View
2. Creating or Editing the Tez View Instance
2.1. User Permissions for Tez Views
2.2. Kerberos Setup for Tez Views
3. Using the Tez View
3.1. Understanding Directed Acyclic Graphs (DAGs), Vertices, and Tasks
3.2. Identifying the Tez DAG for Your Job
3.3. Understanding How Your Tez Job Is Executed
3.4. Identifying Causes of Failed Jobs
3.5. Viewing All Failed Tasks
3.6. Using Counters to Identify the Cause of Slow-Performing Jobs
15. Using Workflow Designer View -Tech Preview
16. Using Zeppelin View - Tech Preview

List of Examples

8.1. Substitute #USER#