MapR Sandbox

Pre-Built VMs containing lightweight MapR environments

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THE MAPR SANDBOX

To use the MapR Sandbox, perform the following tasks:

  1. Verify that the host system meets the prerequisites (see below)
  2. Install the MapR Sandbox
  3. Launch HUE or the MapR Control System
SANDBOX FEATURES
MapR 6.1 The MapR Sandbox is a fully functional single-node cluster that provides data scientists, developers, and other DataOps stakeholders a safe environment in which to explore MapR's core data storage for files, tables, and streams, plus ecosystem components for Hadoop, HBase, Hive, Hue, Kafka, Pig, Spark, and more.
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*Read the VBox installation steps.
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*Read the VMware installation steps.
MapR 6.1 with
Drill 1.14
The MapR Sandbox with Drill is a fully functional single-node cluster that can be used to get an overview of Apache Drill in the MapR Data Platform. Data scientists, developers, and other DataOps stakeholders can use this sandbox environment to get a feel for the power and capabilities of Drill by performing various types of queries outlines in the Drill tutorial.
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Prerequisites

The MapR Sandbox runs on VMware Player and VirtualBox, free desktop applications that you can use to run a virtual machine on a Windows, Mac, or Linux PC. Before you install the MapR Sandbox, verify that the host system meets the following prerequisites:

  • VMware Player or VirtualBox is installed.
  • At least 20 GB free hard disk space, at least 4 physical cores, and 8 GB of RAM is available. Performance increases with more RAM and free hard disk space.
  • Uses one of the following 64-bit x86 architectures:
    • A 1.3 GHz or faster AMD CPU with segment-limit support in long mode
    • A 1.3 GHz or faster Intel CPU with VT-x support
    • If you have an Intel CPU with VT-x support, verify that VT-x support is enabled in the host system BIOS. The BIOS settings that must be enabled for VT-x support vary depending on the system vendor. See the VMware knowledge base article at http://kb.vmware.com/kb/1003944 for information about how to determine if VT-x support is enabled.

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