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How to use PXF with Hortonworks HDB

Part two in a five-part series, this webcast will be a demonstration of Pivotal Extension Framework (PXF), an extensible framework that allows Hortonworks HDB to query external system data. This is really useful for both data loading, and also avoiding data loading for data that doesn’t need to reside within the database instance. PXF includes built-in connectors for accessing data inside HDFS files, Hive tables via Catalog, and HBase tables.
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