Operational Database with SQL clusters
Learn about the default Operational Database (OpDB) with SQL clusters, including cluster definition and template names, included services, and compatible Runtime version.
Operational Database is a NoSQL database powered by Apache HBase designed to support custom OLTP applications that want to leverage the power of BigData. Apache HBase is a NoSQL, scale out database that can easily scale to petabytes and stores tables with millions of columns and billions of rows.
This template provides a fully capable standalone deployment of Apache HBase and supporting packages (HDFS, ZooKeeper) and can be used as a standalone DBMS to which you can point an application or as a D/R instance for an on-prem HBase cluster.
- Cluster definition names
Operational Database with SQL for AWS
Operational Database with SQL for Azure
- Cluster template name
- CDP - Operational Database: Apache HBase
- Included services
- Compatible Runtime (CR) versions
- 7.2.10, 7.2.11, 7.2.12
Operational Database does not support any CR versions in OpDB DataHub template starting from 7.2.14.