Web application to allow users and administrators to work with a Hadoop cluster. Features include a SQL query tool (with auto-complete, a SQL expression builder, plotting results as a graph or on a map, and the ability to refine results) over any JDBC compatible database, a Pig query tool (with auto-complete and parameterised queries), a Solr search tool (drag a drop creation of Solr dashboards with grid, timeline, graph, map and filter widgets, a tool for indexing data into Solr and a Solr index browser), a query notebook (Spark, PySpark, Scala, Hive, Impala, Pig and R queries along with visualisation of results as graphs and maps), an Oozie management tool (graphical Oozie workflow, coordinator and bundle editors and an Oozie monitoring and management dashboard), an Apache Sentry configuration tool (for managing permissions to Hive tables and Solr collections), an HDFS and S3 file browser and manager (including the ability to upload and edit data), a YARN job browser (viewing logs and statistics), a Hive Metastore manager (browse, view sample data, create and manage databases and tables), an HBase table manager (browse, view, edit, create and manage tables), a Sqoop2 manager (create, manage and execute Sqoop2 jobs), a ZooKeeper manager (list, view and edit) and a user workspace for saving work done in Hue, organising this in folders and sharing it with other users. Originally released by Cloudera as Cloudera Desktop in October 2009, before being open sourced as Hue in June 2010. Python/Django based, under active development with a wide range of contributors, and available for all major Hadoop distributions.
Other Names Hue Vendors Cloudera Type Commercial Open Source Last Updated August 2019 - 4.5
Is packaged by Apache Bigtop, Cloudera CDH, MapR Expansion Pack, Amazon EMR
version release date release links release comment 4.0 2017-07-31 announcement UI details New UI 4.1 2017-10-04 announcement 4.2 2018-04-04 announcement; blog posts 4.3 2018-10-17 announcement; blog posts 4.4 2019-03-28 announcement 4.5 2019-08-12 announcement