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From Michael Miklavcic <>
Subject Re: HBaseDao and IndexDao abstraction
Date Tue, 16 Oct 2018 14:11:41 GMT
Hi Muhammed,

I think you probably want to start with our parser infrastructure rather
than the DAO's for what you're doing. This series of blog posts gives a use
case driven walkthrough that should help shed some light on things:
Part 1 (start here) -
TOC of the 7-part series -

Here's some details about our parser infrastructure -
...which feeds into the data enrichment topology -
...which feeds into the indexing topology, which you've already found

Hope this helps for a start!

Mike Miklavcic

On Tue, Oct 16, 2018 at 12:05 AM Muhammed Irshad <>

> Hi all,
> What is the actual use of HBaseDao documented in metron indexing
> documentation
> <
> >
> under section 'The IndexDao Abstraction' ? From my reading I understand it
> as a HBase indexing implementation which can be clubbed to hdfs for updated
> data. What is the use of it as we cannot chose to index in HBase / hdfs
> dynamically ? Can some one explain an example about how to configure and
> use it ( More documentation link or reference is fine) ? I have a use case
> where I need to maintain an Active Directory inventory, Using AD event logs
> being indexed via metron. Is HBaseDao can be used for this use case ?
> --
> Muhammed Irshad K T
> Senior Software Engineer
> +919447946359
> Skype : muhammed.irshad.k.t

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