HBase Mappings Overview

HBase Mappings Overview

After you create an HBase data object operation, you can create a mapping.
To read or lookup data from HBase, use a data object read operation based on the HBase resource. Configure the read operation properties and add the read operation as a Read transformation or Lookup transformation to a mapping.
To write data to HBase, use a data object write operation based on the HBase resource. Configure the write operation properties and add the write operation as a Write transformation to a mapping.
When you configure the data object columns, you can get data in all columns in a column family to a single column as binary data. Use the Data Processor transformation to convert the binary data into the required data types.
You can validate and run mappings in the native environment or in the Hadoop environment. When you run a mapping in the Hadoop environment, you can select the Blaze, Spark, or Hive engine. The Data Integration Service then creates multiple Map jobs to read data or write data in parallel.


Updated October 07, 2020