CDH Update

Kevin Feasel

2016-06-01

Hadoop

Cloudera reports that CDH 5.7 includes a large number of changes to Hue, the web-based Hive UI:

Single-page app: The initial page loads very quickly and asynchronously fetches the list of tables, table statistics, data sample, and partition list. Subsequent navigation clicks will trigger only 1 or 2 calls to the server, instead of reloading all the page resources again. As an added bonus, the browser history now works on all the pages.

These are some nice changes.  I still don’t think a web app replaces quality tooling (like Management Studio), but if a web app is what you have, it should at least be nice.

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