Azure Data Factory: Hub Not Found

You can use the new Azure portal to create or edit Azure Data Factory components. Once you are done you may automate the process of creating future Data Factory components from PowerShell. In that case you can use the JSON files you edited in the portal GUI as configuration files for the PowerShell cmdlets. For…

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AzureCopy to the Rescue for an S3 to Azure Blob Copy!

This week I helped a client move files from AWS S3 to Azure Storage blobs. Sounds simple, right? Here’s the tricky part… While there are both Azure and AWS cmdlets for PowerShell, they don’t cooperate. Neither has a cmdlet that accepts credentials from the other and neither accepts arbitrary URLs from outside their own cloud….

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PowerShell works for Amazon AWS S3 too!

Technorati Tags: azure blob store,azure storage,aws,s3,neal analytics,windows azure,powershell More and more we have to work with data in many different locations. This week I got to work with S3 files that were moving to Azure blob storage. I was surprised to find that Amazon has published AWS cmdlets for PowerShell. It took me a little…

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Azure Maximums and Resource Usage from PowerShell

Technorati Tags: Azure,PowerShell Have you ever struggled to find out how many VM cores, HDInsight cores, storage accounts, or other Azure resources your subscription is set to allow or how many you actually use? Maybe you want to use this information in your automation scripts to avoid trying to create components for which you don’t…

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Get HDInsight Properties with PowerShell

Small Bites of Big Data from AzureCAT You’ve created your HDInsight Hadoop clusters and now you want to know exactly what you have out there in Azure. Maybe you want to pull the key information into a repository periodically as a reference for future troubleshooting, comparisons, or billing. Maybe you just need to get a…

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Use Additional Storage Accounts with HDInsight Hive

When you create an HDInsight Hadoop cluster you pass in one or more storage accounts and their associated keys. This allows you to access the files on all associated storage accounts from the cluster. If you want to use public storage that isn’t passed in at create time that’s easy – simply supply the storage…

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Getting Started with Azure PowerShell Cmdlets–Subscription Management

I’ve started using the Azure PowerShell cmdlets more often to manage virtual machines and HDInsight in Azure. Once you connect to a subscription everything just works. However, the initial steps to get one or more subscriptions configured to be used from your machine or understanding how to change subscription information on your machine can be…

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Sample PowerShell Script: HDInsight Custom Create

This is a working script I use to create various HDInsight clusters. For a really reproducible, automated environment you would want to put this into a .ps1 script that accepts parameters (see here for an example). However, you may find the method below good for learning and experimenting. Replace all the “YOURxyz” sections with your…

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Your First HDInsight Cluster–Step by Step

Small Bites of Big Data from AZURECAT Big Data Tech Training Series #1 Cindy Gross | Murshed Zaman Sometimes it is just hard to get started. Have you been putting off your first foray into Hadoop? Are you not sure where to begin? Let’s get really basic. Prerequisites: Azure subscription (free trials available) Install Azure…

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PowerShell for Azure cmdlets: Subscription was all Wacky

I was working on some HDInsight scripts in PowerShell and doing lots of experimenting. I’m not sure what exactly I did but all of a sudden everything stopped working. With lots of interruptions from meetings and chats and lunch…. I couldn’t retrace my steps. Everything seemed to fail on the Azure subscription information so I…

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