Configure SAP HANA With Impala

Kevin Feasel



Sreedhar Bolneni has a walkthrough on integrating SAP HANA with Impala:

Assuming an existing Cloudera Enterprise cluster with Impala services and HANA instances are running and that the HANA host has access to Impala daemons, configuring the integration is fairly straightforward

  1. Install the Impala ODBC driver on the HANA host.

  2. Configure the Impala data source.

  3. Create remote source and virtual tables using SAP HANA Studio; then test.

There are a lot of screenshots and configuration files to help guide you through.

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