First, let's download the Pinot distribution for this tutorial. You can either build the distribution from source or download a packaged release.
# define the pinot versionPINOT_VERSION=0.3.0
Follow these steps to checkout code from Github and build Pinot locally
# checkout pinotgit clone https://github.com/apache/incubator-pinot.gitcd incubator-pinot# build pinotmvn install package -DskipTests -Pbin-dist# navigate to directory containing the setup scriptscd pinot-distribution/target/apache-pinot-incubating-$PINOT_VERSION-bin/apache-pinot-incubating-$PINOT_VERSION-bin
Download the latest binary release from Apache Pinot, or use this command
Once you have the tar file,
# untar ittar -zxvf apache-pinot-incubating-$PINOT_VERSION-bin.tar.gz# navigate to directory containing the launcher scriptscd apache-pinot-incubating-$PINOT_VERSION-bin
We'll be using a quick-start script, which does the following:
Sets up the Pinot cluster
Creates a sample table and loads sample data
There's 3 kinds of quick start
Batch quick start creates the pinot cluster, creates an offline table
baseballStats and pushes sample offline data to the table.
That's it! We've spun up a Pinot cluster. You can continue playing with other types of quick start, or simply head on to Pinot Data Explorer to check out the data in the
Streaming quick start sets up a Kafka cluster and pushes sample data to a Kafka topic. Then, it creates the Pinot cluster and creates a realtime table
meetupRSVP which ingests data from the Kafka topic.
# stop previous quick start cluster, if anybin/quick-start-streaming.sh
We now have a Pinot cluster with a realtime table! You can head over to Pinot Data Explorer to check out the data in the
Hybrid quick start sets up a Kafka cluster and pushes sample data to a Kafka topic. Then, it creates the Pinot cluster and creates a hybrid table
airlineStats . The realtime table ingests data from the Kafka topic. Lastly, sample data is pushed into the offline table.
# stop previous quick start cluster, if anybin/quick-start-hybrid.sh
Let's head over to Pinot Data Explorer to check out the data we pushed to the