Install NIFI

A free video tutorial from Stephane Maarek | AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner,Solutions Architect,Developer
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Downloading, Installing and Running NiFi

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Download and Install NiFi. Run on Windows, MacOS X or Linux. Install as a Service

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Introduction to Apache NiFi | Cloudera DataFlow - HDF 2.0

Apache NiFi - An Introductory Course to Learn Installation, Basic Concepts and Efficient Streaming of Big Data Flows

01:51:49 of on-demand video • Updated April 2022

Install and configure Apache NiFi
Design Apache NiFi Architecture
Master core functionalities like FlowFile, FlowFile Processor, Connection, Flow Controller, Process Groups, etc.
Use NiFi to stream Data between different systems at scale
Monitor Apache NiFi
Integrate NiFi with Apache Kafka
Integration NiFi with MongoDB
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Hi. And welcome to this lecture. In this lecture, we'll install Apache Knife II on your computer so you can get started and create your own flows and slime. That is quite easy to do it. You just need to go to Google and type in Apache Knife. I download you take the first link. And here we go. So we are interested into the release 1.1.1 and more specifically, we're interested into the binaries. We either can take the tar Jay-Z binaries or the zip binaries. We can just take the zip ones. It's easier for most people. So once we click on it, you click on the first link. It's really the best. And it starts with, as you can see, the download is 726 megabytes, so it'll take a bit of time. I'll resume the video once the download is over. So the download that's finished. And now I'm going to. It is. I'm going to extract it. Excellent. It's here, it's extracted. And I'm just going to copy that folder over to my target folder right here. Here we go. So we have a passionate fight right here and we can see their full folders. There's the bin count ducks in lib. So what you should do now is open a terminal. So if you are. A Windows user, you need to open a common line. If you are a mac or Linux user, you need to open a terminal. So I opened a terminal. I go to my knife folder. Then I just created and as you can see I have my bin, my conf, my docs and my lib folder right here. Now you enter the bin folder and we can see here we have six files. Any file that ends in dot ish is intended for Linux and for Mac. Any file that ends in dark batt is intended for Windows. So for Windows user, what you just do is run 95 at bat and that's it. For Mac users and Linux users just like me. What you do is 95. Then run. There you go. So you start seeing a lot of outputs in the terminal and some folders have been created in the background. So usually it takes a bit of time, but. Once you're there, you go back to your browser. And you'd have a local host at. Can't be reached. So right now a unify is still booting. Therefore, that website is not working. It can take a minute or two for it to boot. We're just going to wait. Okay, so here we go. So if I do look at that again a page, but it says, oh, you may have mistyped. Did you mean slash 95? So I go in and type in slash knife I. And about unify is loading. That's it. You've successfully installed and run Apache Nephi. We're just going to stop it just to show you do it. You go back to the terminal right here and in Mac and Linux, you press control, see? This will basically say waiting for a batch of 95 to shut down. And after 5 seconds, it's shut down. As you can see, if I go back to my web browser and I refresh it. It can't be reached. So this is how you download, install, start and stop about 295.