The Product Integration Certification program is designed to validate partner solutions with Hortonworks Data Platform and Hortonworks DataFlow. Partner technologies are reviewed for architectural best practices and validated against a comprehensive suite of integration test cases.
WHY CERTIFY YOUR SOLUTION WITH HDP AND HDF?
Enterprise customers benefit from tested and pre-built integrations that simplify their big data planning and reduce deployment risks.
As the adoption of HDP and HDF expands, enterprises are looking for certified solutions that enable new and differentiated solutions.
Certified partners are eligible for additional marketing benefits that showcase certifications such as joint webinars, blogs and papers.
Find partners that have earned product integration certification
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The HDP Ready extensions are additional integrations that partner technologies may have with enterprise Hadoop, corresponding to key functional areas for data access, operations, security and data governance.
YARN READY CERTIFICATION
Apache Hadoop YARN is the data operating system for Hadoop 2. YARN Ready certification recognizes applications that integrate with YARN and process data via pushdown computation to the cluster. Examples of a YARN ready solution includes an application that has native YARN application master or leverages scale-out capabilities of the platform like Hive, Spark and MR2.
Apache Ambari is the open source management fabric for Hadoop. Operations Ready certification recognizes applications that can either be deployed or managed via Ambari or integrate with Ambari's APIs.
Apache Hadoop is secured with a number of technologies, such as Kerberos, Apache Knox, and Apache Ranger. Security Ready certification recognizes applications that can integrate with Kerberos-enabled HDP cluster and supports HDFS encryption and user impersonation.
Apache Atlas provides scalable metadata-driven governance solution for Enterprise Hadoop. Atlas, at its core, is designed to easily model new business processes and data assets with agility. Governance Ready certification recognizes applications that integrate with Atlas APIs to access / create business taxonomical metadata like data lineage and tags.
One of the most important benefits of the ISV/IHV Program is the certification of partner technologies with Hortonworks solutions. To be eligible to apply for certification:
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Join the Hortonworks Partnerworks ISV/IHV at the Modern Data Solutions level, Gold or Platinum level.
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