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FusionCloud 6.3.1.1 Solution Description 04

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Service Resource Planning

Service Resource Planning

Table 34-4 shows the service resource planning.

Table 34-4 Resource Planning

Role

Available Resource and Service

Processing Logic

Description

Tenant

YARN

The computing resource indicates the Yarn task queue resources of tenants, which can modify the quota of a task queue and view its usage status and usage statistics.

The default queue is not provided. Users can use only the queue of the tenant.

HDFS

Create a hdfs:/tenant/tenant name path for the tenant. The path can be fully controlled.

The storage resource supports the HDFS storage. Users can add or delete HDFS storage directories of tenants, and set the file quantity quota and the storage space quota of directories.

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User

MapReduce

MapReduce depends on Yarn and HDFS. Apply for Yarn and HDFS resources as tenants. Existing HDFS directories will be displayed if HDFS is selected.

Default Hadoop user groups are not provided, but users have the permission to submit tasks to all Yarn queues.

The full rights of hdfs://hacluster/ is not provided.

Spark

  1. Spark depends on Yarn and HDFS. Apply for Yarn and HDFS resources in tenants and HDFS directories in HDFS system can be selected.
  2. If Hive/Spark SQL and HBase need to be operated in Spark, select Hive/Spark SQL and HBase services.
  3. Spark default user group is a common user group. Users added to this common group do not have any additional permissions.

Default Hadoop user groups are not provided, but users have the permission to submit tasks to all Yarn queues.

HDFS

Users have the permission to select HDFS directories but have no permission to create HDFS directories.

Users can create directories only in the tenant path. The full rights of hdfs://hacluster/ is not provided.

Hive/Spark SQL

  1. Hive or Spark SQL depends on Yarn and HDFS. Apply for Yarn and HDFS resources in tenants and HDFS directories in HDFS system can be selected.
  2. Hive default user group is a common user group. Hive users must belong to this common group. Users have the permission to query and create tables.
  3. Users can select permissions for databases, tables, and columns.

Users can create the database only to the HDFS directory of the tenant. The database cannot be created to the Hive warehouse. Tables can only be created to a specified database, and cannot be created to the default database. Users create databases by themselves as required. Resources are not monitored.

Flink

  1. Flink depends on Yarn. Apply for Yarn resources in the tenant.
  2. Users have the permission to read and write hdfs://hacluster/flink.

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Solr

  1. Solr default user group. Users added to this user group can use Solr.
  2. Users have the permission to create collections. They can fully control collections created by themselves, but have no permission for collections created by other users.

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HBase

  1. Users have the permission to create namespaces (choose HBase Scope > global and select create) and can fully control namespaces created by themselves.
  2. Users have the permission to query tables. Choose HBase Scope > global > hbase and select execute of hbase:meta.
  3. Users can select permissions for namespaces, tables, and columns.
  4. HBase default user group is a common user group. Users added to this common group do not have any additional permissions.

Full control permissions for HBase are not provided.

Redis

  1. It is independent from Yarn and HDFS.
  2. Permission application is required. Redis clusters in the system are available for selection. The IP address and cluster name of the Redis cluster that the user subscribes to are displayed on the console.
  3. Data authorization is not involved.

Full control permissions for Redis are not provided.

Elasticsearch

  1. It is independent from Yarn and HDFS.
  2. Permission application is required.
  3. Data authorization is not involved.

Full control permissions for Elasticsearch are not provided.

GraphBase

  1. It is independent from Yarn and HDFS.
  2. Permission application is required. Currently, there is only one default database and one default table. You can use FIM to grant read and write permissions.
  3. Data authorization is not involved.

Full control permissions for GraphBase are not provided.

Storm

  1. It is independent from Yarn and HDFS.
  2. Permission application is required.
  3. Data authorization is not involved.

Full control permissions for Storm are not provided.

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