DAS: Core Concepts
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Understanding and obtaining DAS binaries

You must download the DAS binaries from the Cloudera Customer Portal by following the instructions provided as part of the subscription fulfillment process.

Make sure that you download the DAS/DAS-Lite binaries according to the HDP version and operating system as given in the following table. If you choose to use DP, then you'll need to download an additional tarball as outlined in a separate table.

Table 1. Obtaining binaries: DAS deployed in a standalone cluster
Versions and Operating Systems CentOS 7 Ubuntu Debian
HDP 3.x
  • HDP 3 MPack for CentOS

  • HDP 3 DAS/DAS Lite tarball for CentOS

  • HDP 3 MPack for Ubuntu

  • HDP 3 DAS/DAS Lite tarball for Ubuntu

  • HDP 3 MPack for Debian

  • HDP 3 DAS/DAS Lite tarball for Debian

DAS is provided as RPMs in tarball repositories and as an Ambari Management Pack (MPack).

The DAS cluster components are installed in to your cluster using the Ambari MPack. The DAS cluster components are available for RHEL/CentOS/OEL 7, Debian 9 (HDP 3.x), and Ubuntu 16 platforms.

Optioanlly, you can install the DAS-DP App in to the DataPlane environment and is available for RHEL/CentOS/OEL 7 and is for use on the DP Platform 1.2.0 or higher.

Table 2. Obtaining binaries: DAS managed through DP
Versions and Operating Systems CentOS 7 Ubuntu Debian
HDP 3.x

CentOS 7 DAS tarball.

CentOS 7 DAS/DAS-Lite tarball. It is mandatory to download this file if you want to install and use the DAS-DP App.

CentOS 7 DAS/DAS-Lite tarball. It is mandatory to download this file if you want to install and use the DAS-DP App.

Table 3. Supported platforms - DAS cluster components
DAS/DAS-Lite CentOS 7 Debian 9 Ubuntu 16
DAS Cluster Components

(DAS Event Processor and DAS Webapp)

Yes Yes (HDP 3.x) Yes
Table 4. Supported platform - DAS-DP application
DAS/DAS-Lite CentOS 7
DAS-DP App Yes