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HBase GUI Admin: HBaseXplorer

I haven’t seen any HBase admin tools before — except maybe Toad for Cloud, but that’s SQL on top of HBase. HBaseXplorer source code is available on ☞ GitHub. It currently supports the following features:

  • Multiple HBase connections
  • Single row preview
  • Can preview any size tables
  • Create,Read,Update,Delete of columns (Only String represented data)
  • Filter rows

No screenshots though. Let me know if you tried it out.

Update: Thanks to Lars George, I’ve learned there is also hbase-explorer — code available on ☞ GitHub. Screenshot below:

Original title and link for this post: HBase GUI Admin: HBaseXplorer (published on the NoSQL blog: myNoSQL)