Effective in 10.2.1, you can view Tez engine monitoring support related properties. You can use the Hive engine to run the mapping on MapReduce or Tez. The Tez engine can process jobs on Hortonworks HDP, Azure HDInsight, and Amazon Elastic MapReduce. To run a Spark mapping on Tez, you can use any of the supported clusters for Tez.
In the Administrator tool, you can also review the Hive query properties for Tez when you monitor the Hive engine. In the Hive session log and in Tez, you can view information related to Tez statistics, such as DAG tracking URL, total vertex count, and DAG progress.
You can monitor any Hive query on the Tez engine. When you enable logging for verbose data or verbose initialization, you can view the Tez engine information in the Administrator tool or in the session log. You can also monitor the status of the mapping on the Tez engine on the Monitoring tab in the Administrator tool.
For more information about Tez monitoring, see the
Informatica Big Data Management 10.2.1 User Guide and the
Informatica Big Data Management 10.2.1 Hadoop Integration Guide.