Re: [Discussion] Access to Ambari Variables

2017-05-01 Thread Ryan Merriman
You would supply Ambari credentials when you make the Ambari (not ours) REST call. On Mon, May 1, 2017 at 3:14 PM, Otto Fowler wrote: > But we don’t have SSO, so that would required the ambari credentials be > available to the rest api > > > On May 1, 2017 at 16:10:03,

Re: [Discussion] Access to Ambari Variables

2017-05-01 Thread Otto Fowler
But we don’t have SSO, so that would required the ambari credentials be available to the rest api On May 1, 2017 at 16:10:03, Simon Elliston Ball (si...@simonellistonball.com) wrote: Ambari provides rest APIs to pull the values as long as you know (or can write a chain of calls to find) things

Re: [Discussion] Access to Ambari Variables

2017-05-01 Thread Simon Elliston Ball
Ambari provides rest APIs to pull the values as long as you know (or can write a chain of calls to find) things like the name of the cluster and variable. Of course you’re writing an Ambari service, in which case there are various ways. A bad, though arguably viable way would be to grab it from

[Discussion] Access to Ambari Variables

2017-05-01 Thread Otto Fowler
The question is: How would one correctly access the values of the variables for metron that are set in Ambari? Say, to get the patterns dir in hdfs? Asking for a friend ;)