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NOTE: If you are using WASB storage, you must also configure the appropriate setting for the storage protocol, which may depend on how you have created the security token on Azure

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For more information, see Enable WASB Access.

Base Storage LayerDescriptionNotes
hdfs

If you are integrating with a Hadoop cluster for job execution, you can use HDFS for base storage.

Tip

Tip: For

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, HDFS is the default base storage layer.

This option is required for ADLS integration from deployments on Azure.

Info

NOTE: If you have deployed the platform into Microsoft Azure and are integrating with Microsoft ADLS, you must set the base storage layer to hdfs. Additionally, you must set webapp.protocolOverride to adl.

For more information, see Enable ADLS Access.

Required for:

  • Publish to Hive
  • Access to ADLS (Azure deployments only)
s3

If you have installed the product on-premises or on an EC2 instance in AWS, you can set the base storage layer to S3.

Read access to S3 is supported if HDFS is the base storage layer.

For more information, see Enable S3 Access.

Required for:

  • Enable write access to S3
  • Publish to Redshift
wasbs or wasb

If you have installed the product from the Azure Marketplace and are integrating with WASB, you can optionally must set to the base storage layer to WASBS (secure) or WASB (non-secure).

Tip

Tip: WASBS is preferred.

Info

Required for:

  • Access to WASB (Azure deployments only)

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