Using Zeppelin with Kognitio

In these tutorials we have created a simple Zeppelin notebook accessing a large retail data set that has an identical structure to the Kognitio retail demo data.

Working through these tutorials with the demo data set will teach you how to connect Zeppelin to Kognitio and learn how to use Zeppelin dynamic forms in queires submitted to Kognitio.

You can see how Kognitio can empower Zeppelin at scale when using your own large data sets.

Tutorials

Our Zeppelin tutorial has three examples:

Note

Work through the preliminary steps on this page before you try the examples.

Kognitio on Hadoop preliminaries

If you’re using Kognitio on Hadoop:

  1. Create a user and schema.
  2. Create external tables.
  3. Create views and images.

Kognitio Standalone preliminaries

If you’re using Kognitio Standalone:

  1. Create a user and schema.
  2. Create tables.
  3. Create views and images.

Zeppelin preliminaries

  1. Before you build your first Zeppelin notebook, follow the steps on our Zeppelin basic configuration page.

  2. Edit the Kognitio interpreter bindings.

    Edit the interpreter bindings
  3. Select the Kognitio interpreter.

    Select the Kognitio interpreter

    Hint

    If the SQL doesn’t run, check that the default.url property in your Kognitio interpreter points to your Kognitio cluster.

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