In your platform configuration, you must specify the storage platform that is your base storage layer. The base storage layer defines the primary storage integration for the . In some cases, integration with other storage layers is supported.
After you define the base storage layer and restart the platform, you cannot change the base storage layer to another option. Please consider your options carefully before you define the base storage layer.
If S3 is the base storage layer, you must also define the default storage bucket to use during initial installation, which cannot be changed at a later time. For additional requirements, see Enable S3 Access.
NOTE: If S3 is specified as your base storage layer, you cannot publish to Hive. If HDFS is specified as your base storage layer, you cannot publish to Redshift.
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If you are integrating with a Hadoop cluster for job execution, you can use HDFS for base storage.
This option is required for ADLS integration from deployments on Azure.
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.
If you have installed the product from the Azure Marketplace and are integrating with WASB, you can optionally set to the base storage layer to WASBS (secure) or WASB (non-secure).
For more information, see Enable WASB Access.
For more information on options, see Storage Deployment Options.
When you have decided on the final base storage layer, set the following property to one of the above values in platform configuration.
This value cannot be changed after saving.
If you are not using Hadoop at all, please complete the following configuration change.
Edit the following files:
In these files, set the following property value to
Save the files and restart the platform.